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What is the meaning of "やはり" and "かも知れない" Please, can someone explain me how to use "やはり" and "かも知れない" and give me some examples? Thank you.
Sep 18, 2018 6:05 PM
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やはり --> "I knew it", "as I thought" Example: "As I thought it was that way." --> やはりそうでしたか かも知れない means "may" and indicates uncertainty. Example: "Mr. Smith may have gone to the cafeteria." --> スミスさんは食堂に行ったかもしれません。
September 24, 2018
Yahari is like "I knew it" or something. and Kamoshirenai is like a "possibly" at the end of a sentence. It might not be so but it might also be so. It's sometimes shortened in colloquial speech as "kamo". Yahari seems to change exact meaning depending on the context.
September 18, 2018
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