Learning greetings is a great way to start communicating with people in their language. Please listen to the audio carefully, and mimic what you hear.
If you know the basics of Japanese, there is a rule for writing the hiragana for "wa （わ）" and "ha （は）." When "wa" is used as a particle, it is written in hiragana as "ha." Nowadays, "Konnichiwa" or "Konbanwa" are fixed greetings. However, in the old days they were used in a sentence such as, "Today is ~ (Konnichi wa ~)" or "Tonight is ~ (Konban wa ~)" and "wa" functioned as a particle. That's why it is still written in hiragana as "ha."
Check out my "Japanese Greetings and Daily Expressions" to learn more about Japanese greetings.
See you later.
See you tomorrow.
How are you?
Genki desu ka.