But saying that means, I replied, plainly. Basically someone asked you if it's your letter, and you answered "I answered/replied". Do use Kaku or even dropped/lost since someone got it for you.
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- May 14th, '08, 16:00
- Forum: Japanese Culture & Entertainment
- Topic: Let's learn Japanese....
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I'd actually like it to be commanding. せんせい、 私とにげて。おきなわにいきまっしょ。 Would that be all right?
That would solidify your manliness.