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, なに
Pronoun
1. what
2. you-know-what, that thing
3. whatsit, whachamacallit, what's-his-name, what's-her-name
Adverb, with neg. sentence
4. (not) at all, (not) in the slightest
Interjection, indicates surprise
5. what?, huh?
今のアナウンスは何だったのですか。
, なん
Pronoun, See 何・1
1. what
Prefix, See 何か月, followed by a counter
2. how many
See 何度も, See 何日も, followed by (optional number), counter and も
3. many, a lot of
See 何日か, followed by a counter and か
4. several, a few, some
今のアナウンスは何だったのですか。
Particle
1. indicates sentence subject (occasionally object)
2. indicates possessive (esp. in literary expressions)
Conjunction
3. but, however, still, and
after the volitional form of a verb
4. regardless of, whether (or not)
ある, 有る, 在る
Conjugated: あった
Godan verb, Intransitive, See 居る・いる・1, Usually in kana, usu. of inanimate objects
1. to be, to exist, to live
2. to have
3. to be located
4. to be equipped with
5. to happen, to come about
悪いけどほかに用事があるの。
あう, 会う, 逢う, 遭う, 遇う
Conjugated: あった
Godan verb, Intransitive, 逢う is often used for close friends, etc. and may be associated with drama or pathos; 遭う may have an undesirable nuance
1. to meet, to encounter, to see
Usually in kana, esp. 遭う when in kanji
2. to have an accident, to have a bad experience
前に彼にあったのを覚えている。
合う, あう, おう
Conjugated: あった
Godan verb, Intransitive
1. to come together, to merge, to unite, to meet
2. to fit, to match, to suit, to agree with, to be correct
3. to be profitable, to be equitable
Auxiliary verb, after the -masu stem of a verb
4. to do ... to each other, to do ... together
2人の女性はお互い微笑みあった。
のか
Particle, sentence ending particle
1. endorsing and questioning the preceding statement
2. lamenting reflections on the preceding statement
何の話をしてるのか分からないよ。
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