Japanese ないかしら grammar naikashira

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Let’s learn Japanese ないかしら grammar naikashira :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describing the speculation that the speaker thinks is true, though it is not fully credible. In the case of monologue, this is a self-talk way, but in the case of a listener, it becomes a question.


Asoko ni happyou shite iru kata wa otousande wa nai kashira.
The person announcing there is your father, isn’t he?

Kono fukusou wa kodomoppokunai kashira.
Aren’t those clothes a bit child-like?

Anokoha yukichan no tomodachide wa nai kashira.
I wonder if that kid is a friend of Yuki.

Kodomo wa nani ka watashi ni kakushite iru koto ga arude wa nai kashira.
The child is hiding something from me, isn’t he?

Joushi wa boku ni nanika sukide wanai tokoro ga arude wa nai kashira.
I wonder if the boss has something against me.

Above is Japanese ないかしら grammar naikashira. If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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