JLPT N5 Grammar (ne)

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Learn Japanese grammar: (ne). Meaning: the particle ね is a sentence ending particle that is used to confirm something to someone. Similar to “right?” or “don’t you think so?” or “eh?”.

Here’s a basic example that is very commonly used in Japanese summers.


kyou wa atsui desu ne.

It’s hot today (don’t you agree?)

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- Example Sentences

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Example #1

kawaii ne.
It's cute, isn't it? / You're cute, eh.
Example #2

sou desu ne.
Yeah, that's right. / Is that so?
Example #3

kyou no tenki wa ii desu ne.
Today's weather is nice, isn't it?
Example #4

mata ato de ne!
See you later!
Example #5

mata meeru suru ne.
I'll message you later, ok?
Example #6

sore wa taihen desu ne.
That's too bad. (emphasizing with speaker)
Example #7

anata wa totemo tsukareta koe o shiteiru ne.
You sound very tired, (are you ok?)
Example #8

nihongo ga ojouzu desu ne.
Your Japanese is really good!
Example #9

anata wa supootsu ga heta desu ne.
You're not very good at sports, are you?
Example #10

kyou mo ichinichi, ganbari mashou ne.
Let's do our best again today, OK?

Vocabulary List

大変たいへんrough; trouble; problematic
疲れるつかれるto tire
日本語にほんごJapanese language
下手へたnot skilled; bad at
一日いちにちall day
頑張るがんばるto do one's best

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