JLPT N3 Grammar (sate)


conjunction: well; now; then ~

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Learn Japanese grammar: (sate). Meaning: conjunction: well; now; then ~.

This can be used twice to become さてさて (sate sate), which can have the same meaning or instead express surprise or trouble.

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Example #1

sate dou shiyou.
What shall I do now?
Example #2

sate kuizu no jikan desu.
Now it's time for a quiz.
Example #3

sate, ohiru ni shimashou.
Well, let's have lunch.
Example #4

sate kono hito wa dare deshou ka.
Then, who is this person?
Example #5

sate hondai ni hairou ka.
Well, let's get down to business.
Example #6

sate yatte miru to naru to nakanaka muzukashii mono da.
When one comes to doing it, one finds it rather difficult.
Example #7

sate sate, yakkai na koto ni natta mono da.
Well then, things have become quite troublesome..
Example #8

sate honron ni modoritai to omoimasu.
Now I'd like to go back to the main topic.

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