View topic - What does the よ mean here?
Without context, I presume "mama" here is what a child is calling his/her mother? If so, then the katakana is probably correct. But without context, I can't answer that for sure.
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"Mommy's going to go to the store now"
Mama is a loan word, and is almost always written in katakana. I can't remember ever seeing it in hiragana, but I may be wrong on that.
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"ママはだいじょうぷよ” not "ママはだいじょぷよ”
And I think the sentence means
You know, mommys safe..
Mommy's safe, you know?
and I think that the kanji for this would be
ママは大丈夫よ。I'm not so sure.... Maybe your suppose to use the kana...
This is just my opinion.. Im still learning to
Edit: spelling and grammer mistakes.
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