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* 「… ということです(よ)ね。」 (… ってことです(よ)ね) is useful phrase. When you think you understand what the speaker said but still need to confirm his/her intention, ですよね/ですね is used. If you are still not sure what the speaker meant,  ということですか? is suitable.
* 「… ということです(よ)ね。」 (… ってことです(よ)ね) is useful phrase. When you think you understand what the speaker said but still need to confirm his/her intention, ですよね/ですね is used. If you are still not sure what the speaker meant,  ということですか? is suitable.
* Basically か is pretty rough when used in plain sentences. だい and かい are a bit less harsh. Note that かい is for yes/no questions while だい is for what/who/which type 'wh' questions.
* Basically か is pretty rough when used in plain sentences. だい and かい are a bit less harsh. Note that かい is for yes/no questions while だい is for what/who/which type 'wh' questions.
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* ということ in this case means "means". 風が強くなったということは嵐が来るかもしれない。 The wind getting stronger must <u>mean</u> a storms a-brewin'.
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* Oyaji's post about しらない with "don't come crying to me" translation.
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* [http://www.thejapanesepage.com/forum/viewthread.php?forum_id=15&thread_id=9962 jt's explanation] of も and でも here is interesting.

Revision as of 15:46, 11 December 2007

Things to remember

  • Mike Cash's post regarding ように見える.
  • Yudan's post regarding い type adjectives with き ending.
  • Do (verb1)  instead of  (verb 2) ing   (V2) もせずに (V1) している。
  • が in negative sentences.
  • 「… ということです(よ)ね。」 (… ってことです(よ)ね) is useful phrase. When you think you understand what the speaker said but still need to confirm his/her intention, ですよね/ですね is used. If you are still not sure what the speaker meant, ということですか? is suitable.
  • Basically か is pretty rough when used in plain sentences. だい and かい are a bit less harsh. Note that かい is for yes/no questions while だい is for what/who/which type 'wh' questions.
  • Oyaji's post about しらない with "don't come crying to me" translation.
  • jt's explanation of も and でも here is interesting.
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