Eduardo
What's the difference between 'sono hito' and 'ano hito'?
Oct 2, 2008 12:26 AM
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one of the difference is distance from the speaker, physical or emotional. like "this" and "that" in English. "ano" is farther than "sono". speaker <--> kono hito <--> sono hito <--> ano hito it is "ko so a do kotoba" in japanease.("dono hito"=who or whom add to above) "kore" "sore" "are" "dore" "kono toki" "sono toki" "ano toki" "dono toki(rare "itsu" is better)" "kore kara" "sore kara" "are kara" "dore kara"
October 2, 2008
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