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I hear that
I hear it's going to snow.
When I listened to the weather forcast
it's going to snow.
#769 Author: Amatuka
it was so!
#3123 Author: KotatsuSama
Upon phoning, I was
that he wasn't there.
#1232 Author: bamboo4
When I asked if he was not there, I was told that it was
#1234 Author: bamboo4
#1235 Author: bamboo4
#1239 Author: bamboo4
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There are two connotations to sou
note the difference in verb ending
[sou] they say/i heard
[sou-2] looks like/seems
I don't like that example. I should have looked a little longer and got a better one. ^^v
Formed by [V-ru] + sou.
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