In today’s segment, we’ll focus on the phrase いい年して which means “at your age, you should know better.”
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From the March 2020 issue of Makoto, this article examines a fun riddle なぞかけ in Japanese.
Japanese sentence breakdown using ～って you said; I hear that; they said (quotation marker)
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