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か as a sentence ender indicates a question. When added to a question or existence word, it adds uncertainty: "some …"


■ にみたいです。 , I would like to live in Tokyo.

(なに)
what

(なに)
something

(だれ)
who

(だれ)
someone

どこ
where

どこ
somewhere

いつ
when

いつ
someday


 Examples:

(なに)()みたいですか? Would you like something to drink?

部屋(へや)には、(だれ)います。 Someone is in the room.

どこか()がいます。 There's a mosquito somewhere.

いつか東京(とうきょう)()One day



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