Abunai (ah-boo-nye) - Watch out! Be careful.
Arigato gozaimasita (ah-ree-gah-toe go-zye-mahsh-tah) - Thank you for what you did. (spoken at the end of practice)
Do itasimasite (doe ee-tahsh-ee-mahsh-teh) - You're welcome; don't mention it.
Dozo (doe-zoe) - Please; as in go ahead. (This may be an instruction from your teacher when he wants you to begin practice after demonstrating a technique)
Gomen Nasai (goe-mehn nah-sigh) - I'm sorry; forgive me.
Hai yame! (hi yah-meh) - Please stop! (This will be said by your teacher during keiko when he wants you to stop)
Hajime! (hah-jee-meh) - Please start. (This will be said by your teacher when he wants you to begin; often said with emphasis.)
Konban wa (cone-bahn-wah) - Good evening.
Konnichi wa (cone-ee-chee-wah) - Good afternoon.
Mokuso! (moke-sew) - Please come to attention; make yourself ready for keiko. meditate! (This will be said in the form of a command by your Sensei or Sempai at the beginning of class and the end of class just before the ceremonial opening and closing bow respectively.
Ogenki deska? (oh-gehn-key- dehs-kah) - How are you?
Ohaiyoo gozaimasu (oh-high-oh-goe-zyemahs) - Good morning.
Onegai shimasu (oh-ney-guy-she-mahs) - Thank you for what we are about to do. (Spoken at the beginning of practice.)
Oyasumi nasai (oh-yah-soo-mee-nah-sigh) - Good night. (As in leaving.)
Sayonara (sigh-oh-nah-rah) - Goodbye.