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~が
ga-2
JLPT N4 Author: Amatuka
Meaning
but
I know him but we've never met.
See also
Phrases
This is out of nowhere [a sudden change of subject] but I completely forgot about the BoardGame notice.
Author: Amatuka

Sorry [Bad of me] but could you keep it a little quieter?
Author: Amatuka

He is not a friend, but an acquaintance.
Author: Miki

I played a match of tennis with my friend, but lost.
Author: Miki

Wood floats, but iron sinks.
Author: Miki

I tried to be calm but finally I lost my temper.
Author: Miki

The dishes were not so delicious, but otherwise the party was a success.
Author: Miki

I didn't mean to eavesdrop, but I did overhear you.
Author: Miki

I don't know if it will be fine tomorrow, but if it is fine we'll go on a picnic.
Author: Miki

It is easy to make a man one's friend, but hard to keep him so.
Author: Miki

My friend K is beautiful, but she is not considerate to others.
Author: Miki

I have an apointment at eleven tomorrow, but can I change the time?
Author: Miki

I don't know her name, but I do know her by sight.
Author: Miki

I tried to call my daughter but couldn't get through.
Author: Miki

I studied English very hard every day, but I did not learn a lot.
Author: Miki

I'm very sorry, but I seem to have lost your umbrella.
Author: Miki

I ran as fast as possible, but I was not in time for the last train.
Author: Miki

I eat fish, but I don't eat meat. Sakana wa tabemasu ga, niku wa tabemasen.
Author: Rinji_HalfElf

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