You say “good morning, everybody” in Japanese like this:
If you were to write out this phrase, you would do it like this:
There are different ways to say this greeting, depending on who you are speaking to. If you wanted to use the very polite version of the greeting, you would say:
The latter is a suffix that is used to denote humility, in a sense, and it is often used in greetings such as good morning, including a handful of others.
If you want to learn more Japanese, you can visit the blog of the Japanese Professor for some basic lessons.
Here is a video of some common phrases being spoken in Japanese:
Hearing the language spoken allows you to perfect not only the phrasing, but also the accent.