Kate
Impersonal sentences in Japanese language Hello! Are there impersonal pronouns in Japanese? 'It', 'there is/are' - can they be translated? Or they don't exist in Japanese language? For example, - It's raining. - It's a good idea. - There is a book on the table. Is there a pronoun for animals? For example, - This is a cat. IT has white fur.
Oct 3, 2019 11:15 AM
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It is それ 这是像中文的”它”一样 >- This is a cat. IT has white fur. You can say. これは猫です。それは白い毛皮を持っています。 but this is really a textbook Japanese. I would say 白い毛並みの猫がいます。 or 猫がいます。毛並みは白。 ---------------------------------------------- - It's raining. 雨が降っています。 - It's a good idea. (それは)いい考えですね! - There is a book on the table. 机の上に本があります。
October 3, 2019
I'm Russian. Moved to China one year ago.
October 3, 2019
Kate, can I ask you,. Are you a born Russian or a bon Chinese person?
October 3, 2019
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