What is your recommendation?
At a bookstore, Anna has found a lot of manga books that look interesting. She can't decide which to buy.
OSUSUME WA NAN DESU KA
|アンナ||あ、この本いいなあ。あれも面白そう。|| Ah! This book is good. That, too, looks interesting.
|Anna|| A, KONO HON II NÂ. ARE MO OMOSHIROSÔ.
Ah! This book is good. That, too, looks interesting.
|アンナ||さくらさんのおすすめは何ですか。|| What is Sakura's recommendation?
|Anna|| SAKURA-SAN NO OSUSUME WA NAN DESU KA.
What is Sakura's recommendation?
|さくら||これはどう？|| What about this?
|Sakura|| KORE WA DÔ?
What about this?
|アンナ||ホラーはちょっと…。|| Horror stories are a little bit....
|Anna|| HORÂ WA CHOTTO....
Horror stories are a little bit....
You can say this to decline a proposal in a soft, indirect way, without directly voicing disapproval.
e.g.) HORÂ WA CHOTTO.... (Horror stories are a little bit....)
Teach Us, Teacher
Adjective + SÔ
As in OMOSHIROSÔ (It seems interesting), if you add SÔ after an adjective, you can talk about what you think or guess, after you look at or listen to something.
Silence / Forming a line
Japanese is a language with lots of onomatopoeia. A wide range of onomatopoeia in the Japanese language, from noises made by animals to expressions of feelings, is explained by audio.
A large bookstore has PC terminals for customers. We can use them to check if the store has a book we are looking for, and if so, where. It’s convenient.