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Let’s learn Japanese の grammar no :

Formation :

N/Aな+なの
Aい/Vる+の

Meaning and how to use :

It is used to ask questions with the familiars or children. Raise your voice at the end of the sentence.

Example:

A:「何をしているの。」
B:「本を読んでいる」
A: “Nani wo shiteiru no”
B: “Hon wo yondeiru”
A: “What are you doing?”
B: “I’m reading book”.

A:「あの人は何を言っているの。」
B:「次の試験の規則だ」
A: “Anohito ha nani wo itteiruno”
B: “Tsugi no shiken no kisoku da”.
A: “What is that person talking about?”
B: “He is talking about the rules for the next exam”.

A:「決めたの」
B:「そうです。長く迷ったんだ。」
A: “Kimetano”
B: “Soudesu. Nagaku mayottan da”.
A: “Did you decide?”
B: “Yes. I have been confused for a long time.”.

あの人に信じれるの。
Anohito ni shinji reru no.
Can you believe that person?

彼女はもう出かけたの。
Kanojo ha mou dekaketano.
Has she already gone out?

Above is Japanese の grammar no. 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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