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“そう” or ”sou” (pronounced sō) is an approbation. It is usualy follow by ”です” (“ desu” meaning ” it is” ). You can see it as another way to say ”yes”. Ex: ” it is cold today. ” “ yes it is.”
“Sou desu ka” means “Is that so?” or “Really?” The response, “Sou desu” means “That is so” or “Yes, really”.
(sou desu ne)is used when agreeing with a statement. If you add the particle よ (yo) to the end of the sentence, it becomes そうですよ。 (sou desu yo) – “Yes, I agree.”
to understand. WAKARIMASHITA is the past form of this verb. We often say “HAI, WAKARIMASHITA,” when we are instructed, advised or scolded.
そうだね (sou-dane) It means “yeah” or “right.”
Wa (和) is a Japanese cultural concept usually translated into English as “harmony“. It implies a peaceful unity and conformity within a social group in which members prefer the continuation of a harmonious community over their personal interests.
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(kyō wa nani o shitai desu ka?)
だから ( = dakara) : because of that, that’s why, therefore. それで ( = sorede) : then, so, as a result, because of that, that’s why.
So, NARU NO (to become, the thing of becoming) can also be NARU KOTO. If you use NARU KOTO, the sentence will go like this, NIHONGO-KYÔSHI NI NARU KOTO GA YUME DESU. But you can use only KOTO, if you change a verb into a noun just before DESU at the end of a sentence.
The word “kore” means “this”, so to ask what something is that’s located closer to you, say “Kore wa nan desu ka?” This means “What is this?” And if you want to ask what something is that’s closer to the person you’re talking to, use “sore”, a word that means “it”, and say “Sore wa nan desu ka?” Finally, if you want to …
The word “kore” means “this,” and “dare” means “who.” As we learned in Segment 3, by adding “ka” to the end of a sentence, we can make a question, so while looking at a photo or painting of someone, we can ask, “Kore wa dare desu ka?”
Shinpai shinaide kudasaine! (大丈夫ですよ。 心配しないでくださいね！) > I’m okay.
Sore de ii. (I can compromise to choose it. I don’t mind to eat it. That’ll be okay.)
格好（かっこう）- Read as Kakkou
2. いい – Read as Ii. The former refers to the “Appearance” of someone or something whereas the latter is an adjective used to describe something as “Good”. When put together, these 2 words form Kakkoii, of which would be used to describe someone or something as “Good Looking” or “Cool”.
Daisuki (大好き / だいすき) means ‘really like‘ or ‘like a lot’. The kanji 大 (dai) means big. And 好き (suki) means like, as we already saw above. So daisuki literally means ‘big like’…
時間 (じかん) time; hour.
B:なるほど、だから すきなんだね。 (Naruhodo, dakara sukinandane.) ==> I see. That’s why you like it.
Hiragana is the most commonly used, standard form of Japanese writing. It’s used on its own or in conjunction with kanji to form words, and it’s the first form of Japanese writing that children learn.
“Watashi wa” (私は) in Japanese means “I”.
Are wa nan desu ka = what is that? / can I know what it is? This is used in formal situations, when the person you are asking is your colleague, superior or a stranger. This is a polite usage. This is recommended when asking about something so that you can be polite and not offend anyone.
The word nani 何 (なに) in Japanese means “what.” And depending on the situation, you might, instead, use nan (なん). Which term you use depends on the context, in particular, whether you are speaking or writing formally or informally.
it means “you are “.
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