Thank you very much for everything.
Today, Anna is going back to Thailand. Sakura and Kenta have come to the airport to see her off.
IROIRO OSEWA NI NARIMASHITA
|健太||体に気をつけて。|| Please take care of yourself.
|Kenta|| KARADA NI KIOTSUKETE.
Please take care of yourself.
|さくら||タイに着いたら連絡してね。|| When you arrive in Thailand, please let us know.
|Sakura|| TAI NI TSUITARA, RENRAKU SHITE NE.
When you arrive in Thailand, please let us know.
|アンナ||はい。いろいろお世話になりました。|| Yes. Thank you very much for everything.
|Anna|| HAI. IROIRO OSEWA NI NARIMASHITA.
Yes. Thank you very much for everything.
|アンナ||健太さんとさくらさんもお元気で。|| Kenta and Sakura, please take care of yourselves, too.
|Anna|| KENTA-SAN TO SAKURA-SAN MO OGENKIDE.
Kenta and Sakura, please take care of yourselves, too.
KIOTSUKETE is the TE-form of the verb, KIOTSUKEMASU (to take care / to be careful). We use the particle NI to indicate the object of this verb, or what you should take care of.
e.g.) KURUMA NI KIOTSUKETE.
(Be careful of cars.)
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Everybody, SAYÔNARA (Goodbye) till we meet again. When I come to Japan next time, I will surely be speaking Japanese a lot better. U FU FU!