In this article of Japanese language learning I explain the proper use of "-San" in Japanese. "-San" is often abused by the beginnings of Japanese students, but there is a simple rule that you can follow to ensure that it is always the right time.
When "-San" is used in Japanese
"-San" like Tanaka-san or Smith-san, is a Japanese title, they are not the language learners. "-San" is used to make someone polite, in a slightly formal way.
Just like in English, we will recall someone we do not know so well or someone with a slightly higher status than "Mr." In Egypt, "we would use the" -san "in Japanese as well, with an important difference: in Japan formalism and courtesy are much more emphasized, so without the person you are communicating with is a very close friend or intimate, always use the" -San.
In the West, where we are more informal, we can first meet a person we meet just like "Mr. Egypt". . "And then in a few minutes, take the liberty of first calling this man, in Japan it's a big no-no, never stop" san "
The most important rule is" -San "use of Japanese  In addition to the above advice, a basic rule should be followed by "-San" Japanese When you point or refer to yourself, NEVER call yourself "XX-San." So if your name is Mary and you can never say "I Mary-San. "In Japanese, you can never simply rely on" -San. "
Similarly, and it becomes a little more complicated, you never deal with your group members using" -San "when you talk outside of your own group. For example, if you use a business person or other company using "-San", you would never say to yourself or your own company like "XXX-San!"
Japanese language titles are quite complex and there are far more stories depths I'm going to go to another article, just remember the basic tips for using the "-San" and be sure that your Japanese friends are well informed and well-formed with gaijin!
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