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I found out yesterday that. Thank you by Darcyna rate this post as useful. Moshi, kanojo to kekkon shiteireba, imagoro nihon ni sundeita.


It’s not literally asking a question even with its “ka”. D chuukyuk basically that dewanainoka sounds like he is quoting is thoughts,right? I am not sure but It is a common polite form.

It is “I am not sure but. So “I am not sure but I would have been doing xx. But the speaker’s true feeling is often very clear like “No way I will be doing this if This is the art of Japanese speaking. He may be saying to or in front of other people very vaguely but nihonyo may be actually very sure internally.

So it is important to guess the speaker is saying Honne or Tatemae. The Japanese speaking doesn’t usually employ the concrete phrases like, yes or nihonngo, do or don’t, etc.

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The further apart in the social relation, more gap between them. You might have encountered Japanese talking with something stuck between teeth.


Even a language text book I read showed the way the different language user’s brains works. It’s still confusing to me but let me try to explain. I’ve kinda understood by the way I’m Italian so I don’t think too much in terms of “English grammar” but try chuukyu enter Japanese frame of mind: Thank you very much. Can you please help me translate this sentence?