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How to say "What are you doing" and "What are you saying" I'm trying to self-study and would like to know how to say "What are you doing" and "What are you saying", wouldn't it be like  「何が言ってんの」&「何をしてるの」 Any responses are appreciated, thanks!
Feb 15, 2016 6:33 PM
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""What are you doing?" is "(あなたは)なにをしていますか?" as polite form and "なにしてるの?" as casual form. "What are you saying?" is "(あなたは)なんていっていますか?" as polite form and "なんていってるの?" as casual form. For reference, "What are you talking?" is "(あなたは)なにをはなしていますか?" as polite form and "なにをはなしてるの?" as casual form.
February 16, 2016
In my opinion, 「何を言っていますか」 and 「何をしていますか」。 verb in てform + います= Verb-ing
February 15, 2016
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