なんか難しい。。。Nihon 「ni」 ikimasu and Nihon 「e」 ikimasu, both particles can be used interchangeably after the destination that you are going. However, if you want to be exact, 「ni」is used when the destination is clear and 「e」is used when destination is vague. For example Minami e ikimasu (I go south). Conbini ni ikimasu (I go to convenience store) […]
1) いっしょに〜しませんか？(Shimasen ka?) = wouldn’t you do (something) with me 2) 〜しましょうか。(shimashou!) = Let’s do (something) They are very similar but ~Shimasenka has a more polite nuance and difficult for people to answer “No”. はなみをしませんか？ Wouldn’t you do Hanami with me?
Dare, Itsu, Doshite, Nani, Doko, doo~ 5W2H are some of most commonly used questions in Japanese. “What” can be both “nani” and “nan” depending on what comes after it, “what” is nan when it comes before words starting with “d” and “to” When Dare, Itsu, Doshite, Nani, and Doko are used as subject, “ga” is […]
Hanakin refers to Friday is so good that it is like flower. It means that people don’t need to work next day so they can stay out late on Friday and enjoy without worrying about work the next day. 今夜は花金です。
しお、しょうゆ、みそ、とんこつラーメン、どっち派ですか？ Went to Toowong Genkotsu ramen today, took me 10mins to decide which ramen to have. Which style (派) do you like? I had shiotonkotsu tonight. 替え玉をください！( Kagdama wo kudasai = Please give me refill noodle)
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