JLPT N1 Grammar (sa)


ending particle; indicates assertion

How to use

phrase + さ
sa さ jlpt n1 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: (sa). Meaning: ending particle; indicates assertion.

This is casually used at the end of a sentence to indicate slight emphasis. It us mostly used by men.

This can be used similarly to JLPT N4 .

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Example #1

yatte miru sa!
Give it a try!
Example #2

yoku aru koto sa.
It happens.
Example #3

souiu mono sa.
That's the way it is.
Example #4

sou iu koto sa.
That's that.
Example #5

seken to wa kou shita mono sa.
That's the way things are.
Example #6

ki ni suru koto wa nai sa.
You don't need to worry about it.
Example #7

besuto o tsukushitara ato wa kuyokuyo kangaenai koto sa.
Do your best and don't worry.

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