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How do you say ‘I wonder’ in Japanese?

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Phrases of the day.

Today's phrases are '~かな(kana), ~しようかな(shiyoukana), ~かしら(kashira)'.

These all mean 'I wonder'.

You use this phrase, when you can't decide, talking to yourself, and so on.

And, '~かしら' is mainly used by women. I've never used it before.


Example

うわー,どれもおいしそう!どうしようかなー。
Wow, they all look delicious! I wonder what I should order.

たかしって明日くるのかなー。
I wonder if Takashi will come there tomorrow.



約束の時間に間に合うかなー
I wonder if I will be in time for appointment.




I hope this article will help you learn Japanese.

Thank you. See you soon.

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