デイビッド David
how to ask if someone is free in japanese? Like, "Are you free tomorrow?"
Mar 12, 2014 8:25 AM
Answers · 7
This is the Hiragana and Romaji version of the Kanjis that Akihiko-san wrote. I am writing this in request to Justina F, who requested it under the answer of Akihiko san. 1. Ashita himadesuka. // あしたひまですか。* 2. Ashita suitemasuka. // あしたすいてますか。 *You can also say "Ashita wa himadesuka" (あしたはひまですか)。It's not that big of a difference compared to the sentence without the は/wa part; it's just to make it sound a teeny-tiny bit more nicer!!! Hope it was helpful! (^_^)/
March 12, 2014
I think you can say 明日 暇ですか? 明日 空いてますか?^^ There is not big difference between them!:) But the last one is more formal than the first one!
March 12, 2014
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