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When to use "jikan", "toki", and "itsu" in Japanese?
2011年2月16日 06:12
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一。時間(じかん・jikan)時間があるなら / if you have time 2時間 / 2 hours (Here jikan means a period of time.) 二。時(とき・toki)悲しいとき / when I'm sad (Here toki means when, a time point. It's used as a preposition.) 三。いつ(itsu)いつ卒業ですか? / When will you graduate? (Here itsu also means when. But it's used as an interrogative adverb.)
2011年2月17日
when you eat,you use chopsticks almost,right? when = toki, when do you eat the chocolate ? when = itu Do you have a time? time= jikan
2011年2月16日
hellowayy
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, French, Japanese
Learning Language
French, Japanese