Japanese かな grammar kana
Let’s learn Japanese かな grammar kana :
Stands at the end of the sentence.
Meaning and how to use :
Expressing the question when the speaker asks himself. This way of speaking is used when speaking alone, when something is uncertain. However, when speaking to others, it is the same as the question used to ask indirectly for approval.
Kanojo wa soko ni kita nokana.
I wonder if she came there.
Ano hito no hanashi ga tadashii kana.
I wonder if the story of that person is correct.
Ano yatsu ni shinji rareru kana.
Can I believe in that guy?
Kono shigoto, Tanaka-san ni makaseru no wa ii kana.
It would be okay to leave this work to Mr. Tanaka?
Kanojo wa watashi no koto wo oboeru kana.
I wonder if she will remember me.
Note: Used in polite speaking. This is a word used when talking intimately. Sometimes it is pronounced longer as 「…かなあ」.
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