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  • atemi -- a punch do -- way dojo -- training hall gi -- uniform worn when training kata -- prearranged series of movements ki -- energy, living power, spirit kumite -- sparring jutsu -- art randori -- multiple-person attacks sensei -- teacher Ichi (ee-chee) -- one Ni (nee) -- two San (sahn) -- three Shi (shee) -- four Go (go) -- five Roku (row-koo) -- six Shichi (shee-chee) -- seven Hachi (hah-chee) -- eight Kyu (cue) -- nine Ju (joo) -- ten
  • Japanese: 'Domo arigatou gozaimasu/gozaimashita' [most polite form] English: Thank you. [usually spoken to the 'sensei' or teacher for politeness] Japanese: 'Onegai shimasu' English: Please teach me. [usually said to the 'sensei' before a practice seesion] Japanese: 'Konnichiwa', 'Konbanwa' English: Hello, good evening/afternoon [used as polite greeting, sometimes used before entering the 'dojo'] Japanese: 'Hai' English: Yes, okay [used as affirmative] Japanese: 'keiko' English: practice Japanese: 'Senpai' English: title used to address senior/higher ranked students Japanese: 'Hajime' English: begin, start Japanese: 'Chotto matte' English: wait one moment Japanese: 'Yame' English: stop Japanese: 'Rei' English: bow
  • Excuse me (in an "I'm sorry," kinda way) Gomen desai Excuse me (in an I need your attention way) Sumei masen Please do Hai dozo Yes Hai Amazing tsugoi

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