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Grammar Point: Sentence-ending particles


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People usually add 「__?」 to the end of their sentence when they are looking for (and expecting) agreement to what they are saying. This is equivalent to saying, "right?" or "isn't it?" in English.
When 「__?」 is attached to the end of a sentence, it means that the speaker is informing the listener of something new. In English, we might say this with a, "You know..." such as the sentence, "You kn
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You can also use「__?」. This is essentially used when you want to inform the listener of some new point you're trying to make and when you're seeking agreement on it at the same time.