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January 25, 2013



But you need to take care not to use "yo" too much when in conversation with 'superiors."


'Yo' is now a source of confusion and miscommunication for me, as in Korean it is essentially "-masu", and hence I have become used to adding it to the end of almost every Korean sentence I speak. This habit tends to infiltrate my Japanese though, which is not ideal. (Actually, this happens with a lot of Korean words, even though my Japanese is far better - it's just that I haven't spoke Japanaese regularly for yonks, and yet the two grammars are similar enough for me to seemlessly add Korean words to Japanese sentences without even realising).




I know what you're saying, yo.

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