JLPT N4 Grammar (ka shira)

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phraseかしら
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Learn Japanese grammar: (ka shira). Meaning: I wonder~.

  • This is either used to:
    • ask a question
    • show you are thinking about something
  • It is mostly used by female speakers.
  • It is similar to .

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Example #1

ほんとうかしら
hontou ka shira.
I wonder if that's true.
Example #2

どこへいったかしら。
doko e itta ka shira.
I wonder where they could have gone?
Example #3

だれかしら。
dare ka shira.
I wonder who that is.
Example #4

かれはほんきかしら。
kare wa honki ka shira.
I wonder if he is serious.
Example #5

あしたはあめかしら。
ashita wa ame ka shira.
I wonder if it will rain tomorrow.
Example #6

このほんはうれるかしら?
kono hon wa ureru ka shira.
I wonder if this book will sell.
Example #7

あしたははれるかしら。
ashita wa hareru ka shira.
I wonder if it will clear up tomorrow.
Example #8

こんや、がいしょくするのはどうかしら?
konya, gaishoku suru no wa dou ka shira?
What do you think about eating out tonight?
Example #9

いぜんおあいしませんでしたかしら?
izen o ai shimasen deshita ka shira?
Have we met before?

Vocabulary List

KanjiKanaEnglish
本当ほんとうtruth
だれwho
かれhe
本気ほんきserious
明日あしたtomorrow
あめrain
晴れるはれるto clear up (skies)
今夜こんやtonight
外食がいしょくeat out
以前いぜんbefore
会うあうto meet

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