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What's the difference: "私は「name」て゛す" and "私か゛「name」て゛す" ?
May 14, 2011 9:08 AM
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私は「Jack」て゛す" = Jack is my name. "私か゛「Jack」て゛す" = Answers the question "Who's Jack?" Don't worry about は and か゛at the beginning. You'll only get to understand the difference as you progress.
May 14, 2011
「私はMikeです」・・・自分の名前を言うときに使う言い方。または、名前を聞かれたときに使う言い方。 「私がMikeです」・・・事前にAさんがBさんにMikeの話をしている。その後にMikeがBさんに会ったときに使う言い方。
May 15, 2011
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