Japanese ようか grammar youka
Let’s learn Japanese ようか grammar youka :
Vよう＋か (V volitional form)
Meaning and how to use :
Expressing the question (opposite meaning) of the speaker.
Watashitachi no chiimu de doryoku shinai hito ga arou ka.
Is there anyone who does not make efforts in our team?
Yasashii kare wa kimi wo naguru nante arou ka.
The gentle person like him wouldn’t hit you, would he?
Itsumo isshokenmei ni hataraku Tanaka-san wa kubi ni narou ka.
Will Mr. Tanaka who always work hard be fired?
Shinyuu no kanojo to kuchigenka wo shiyou ka.
You quarreled with her, your best friend, didn’t you?
Samuinoni konnani kite soto ni dekakeyou ka.
In such cold weather you wear like this going out?
Note: This is the written way of 「だろうか」
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