sentence. Learning Japanese Vocabulary: Then (sorekara). Meaning: and; and then; thereafter; since. This can mostly be replaced with and (soshite). But it can also mean “Since.”
Used as a conjunction there is no difference. Both can be translated with “and” or “then”.
As you said, and (SOSHITE) is used to join two sentences together. So if I translate the sentence you wrote into Japanese with SOSHITE…WATASHI WA KOUEN NI IKIMASHITA. SOSHITE, 25 SENTO O MITSUKE MASHITA.
だから ( = dakara) : because of that, that’s why, therefore. それで ( = sorede) : then, so, as a result, because of that, that’s why.
come together, gather and come details ▸ Raishu next fall
on foot ; on foot.
tokidoki, meaning “sometimes” in Japanese, is an internationally recognized and iconic lifestyle brand built on the vision of Italian artist Simone Legno and his partners, serial entrepreneurs Pooneh Mohajer and Ivan Arnold , based.
Noun.でも Learn Japanese grammar: でも (demo). Meaning: … or something; how about ~. This can be used to suggest something as a possible option or solution. In this case, it’s very similar to the phrase “would you be interested…”
Shigoto (仕事) is a Japanese word meaning work, profession, employment, business.
YOMIMASU becomes (read) YOMIMASEN. To turn this into a question, we add the particle KA at the end of a sentence and say it with increasing intonation. The interrogative form of YOMIMASU (read) is YOMIMASU KA.
Shikashi is used mainly for writing and formal language. It can also be used to build tension. The meaning is more like the English “however”.
「～だってばよ」(dattebayo): The Summary
Though it translates as “Believe it!” In the English locale of the series the actual term doesn’t mean much and is just used to add flavor and a uniquely childish sass to Naruto’s dialogue.
Here, “nan dakara” (short for “nano dakara”) includes the “nano” of “nanode” plus “dakara”. This is a stronger version of “because”, literally meaning “Because of the fact that ~”.
There is also acchi-ni ike (leave me alone!); onegai dakara, shine (Do me a favor and die!); and kutabatte shimae (Go to hell!).
Thursday : Mokuyôbi (Mokuyobi – Thursday)
Etymologically, Renshuu looks like this: 練習 (れんしゅう) – the kanji for “practice, drill, polish, refine” plus the kanji for “learn”. The suggested meaning is therefore “learn” . something by repetition, with the implication that many repetitions would also lead to a refinement of technique.
Ikimasu is a verb that means “to go”. Ikimashita is the past tense of ikimasu.
comfortable; handy; useful antonyms: uncomfortable