Japanese じゃないか ではないか grammar janaika dehanaika

Japanese じゃないか ではないか grammar janaika dehanaika
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Let’s learn Japanese じゃないか ではないか grammar janaika dehanaika:

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Meaning and how to use :

Describe the surprise when knowing something unexpected. It also describes the admiration or disappointment.


A, anohito ha tanaka san janaika! hisashiburi desu ne.
Oh, isn’t that man Mr. Tanaka? Long time no see.

Kimi ga tsukutta ryou ri ga mazui dehanai ka.
Isn’t the food you made bad?

Ishida sensei dehanaika. Dare ka to omotta noni.
Mr. Ishida, right? I thought that was someone.

Kimi ha kono te-puru ni narandeiru tabemono wo zenbu hitori de tsukutta janai ka. jouzu desune.
You made all the food on this table alone, didn’t you? You are so good.

Kanojo ni aenai janai ka. Un ga awarui desune.
You can’t meet her, right? You are so unlucky.

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