Hontou ni Arigatou gozaimashita

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Hontou ni Arigatou gozaimashita 2008/8/26 06:54
hello
i hope you can help me^.^
My friend commented me Hontou ni Arigatou gozaimashita for the add ne what does it mean?
ThX
by Anime Lover Gal  

Arigatou= thank you 2008/8/26 10:48
It means, "thank you very much for adding me"
by Sira rate this post as useful

... 2008/8/26 11:44
Or it could be "Thank you very much for (giving me) your e-mail address," considering that Japanese often refer to "e-mail address" as "(meru) ado."
by AK rate this post as useful

meaning of add 2008/8/26 13:15
Yes, add could have other meanings. I was assuming it meant adding someone as a friend on Facebook or mixi, but it could have been short for address. Whatever it was, they are saying thank you for it :-)
by Sira rate this post as useful

japanese speak 2009/3/17 15:42
well, want to ask.how to say i trust you in japan???
by izzah09 rate this post as useful

re: 2009/3/27 07:52
The most accurate translation would be truly, thank you very much for the add.
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hontouni arigatou gozaimase ne 2009/3/27 09:33
-----My friend commented me Hontou ni Arigatou gozaimashita for the add ne what does it mean?-------

It usually means something like this....

"I'm grateful, you know."

"I am sincerely thankful, you see?"

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... 2009/3/27 18:36
cc,

Don't forget the "add" bit; I think Sira and I came up with the likely meaning of that word :)

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hontouni arigatou gozaimashita 2009/3/28 09:55
-----My friend commented me Hontou ni Arigatou gozaimashita for the add ne --------

'for the add' is part of the sentence?

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