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Keigo in Japanese Society
HI The Keigo System
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address term addressee addressee's group anata boku botchan Chapter Chart deshoo desu desul-masu style dochira donatory verbs dressee elder exalting and humbling exalting form exalting terms exalting verbs express family members favor FN-san formal gerund giri gozaimasu grammatical hierarchy higher status higher-status person honorific prefix honorific suffix humbling terms humbling verbs in-group member in-group/out-group intimate equal irasshaimasu irassharu itadakemasen itadaku Japan Japanese Japanese honorific Japanese language katte keigo kimi kinoo kinship terms kore kudasai kudasaru kureru language level of politeness level of speech lexical substitutes LN-san/Sensei lower in status mairu means meshita Misete mo ashita N-level speech narimashita naru neutral non-intimate nouns oide one's own family Onii-san Otaku Otoo-san out-group member out-group person P-2 level polite speech reference term sasete sashiageru second person pronoun sempai sentence shite show respect shuuto someone speak speaker suru Suzuki Sensei Tanaka-san tence third person verb phrase watashi women words Yooko younger