What is Soretomo?

「 それとも」– Soretomo それとも (soretomo) is another common way to express or in spoken language. それとも (soretomo) is used to connect two alternatives – not to mark two alternatives. While か (ka) is only for connecting nouns, それとも (soretomo) can be used for connecting verbs and adjectives too.

What is Toka in Japanese?

Noun + とか Learn Japanese grammar: とか~とか (toka~toka). Meaning: among other things; such as; like ~. This is usually used to list multiple examples, though it can also be used only once with one example, and will imply that you could say more examples (see example 1).

What is particle wa?

は (wa) は (wa) follows the topic the speaker wants to talk about. Therefore, wa(は)is often called topic marking particle. The “topic” is often the grammatical subject, but can be anything (including the grammatical object, and sometimes the verb), and it may also follow some other particles.

What does Sou Ieba mean in Japanese?

SOU IEBA is used at the beginning of a sentence or statement. It basically means: “And Also…” The direct translation of SOU IEBA is “If you say that”, but it has the nuance of “I just remembered to also add this piece of information to the conversation”. Hope this helps!

How do you use Sorekara?

How to use 使い方 Learn Japanese vocabulary: それから (sorekara). Meaning: and; and then; after that; since then. This can be mostly interchanged with そして (soshite).

What does Noni mean Japanese?

Learn Japanese grammar: のに (noni) / なのに (nanoni). Meaning: although, in spite of, even though ~. Be careful to not confuse this with the other grammar use of のに (noni) in order to.

What is the difference between Kara and dakara?

For example, if an adjective, KAWAII (cute, pretty), is the reason, you can say either KAWAII KARA or KAWAII NODE. But when you use them with NA adjectives or nouns, KARA becomes DAKARA, and NODE becomes NANODE.