Courtesy             Thank you.     You're welcome. 

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Thank you.

You're welcome.
(a polite way of replying to someone who has just thanked you for something)
Dou itashi mashite.    

Excuse me.
Pardon me.


Never mind.
Don't worry about it.

Ki ni shinai de kudasai.    

Kanji translation:
ki: mind

That's all right.
It doesn't matter.
It's no problem.
Don't worry about it.


Excuse me, may I ask you something?
Excuse me, may I ask you a question?

Sumimasen, chotto otazune shimasu.    

sumimasen: excuse me

I'm very sorry about that.
Gomen nasai.    

Sorry I'm late.
I'm sorry I'm late.
I'm sorry for the delay.

Okurete sumimasen.    

okurete: for being late
sumimasen: sorry

After you.
Go ahead.
(When you ask someone to go through a door
before you, or to do something before you.)

O-saki ni douzo.    

Kanji translation:
saki: ahead

Excuse me, can I get past?
Excuse me, can I get by?

Sumimasen, chotto tooshite kudasai.    

sumimasen: excuse me

Kanji translation:
toosu: pass, past