Yes and Ka (What?!?)

August 9, 2011 § Leave a comment

Last time we talked about “desu”. Which pretty much means “it is”. When “ka” is used at the end of a sentence it turns it into a question. Like a question mark. Lets use it with a japanese word. “ichigo” means stawberry. So, ichigodesuka (いちごですか) means “strawberry it is?”. Yes in japanese is “hai”. When hai is used in the begining of a sentence it turns into a response. So haiichigodesu means “yes strawberry it is”.

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