This video shows you how to ask questions using the Japanese language. These presenters aren’t my favorite, but they do actually give a lot of good information–just be patient! If you would like a much more polished learning environment check this out.
To make a question in Japanese say “deska” at the end of your sentence. And if you say “ee” “deska” you are asking “is it good?”
And if you want to speak informally you can say “ee” “no.” Use “deska” if you are talking to your boss or your grandparents, for example. Use “no” if you are talking with friends.
If you want to ask someone how they are doing you can say “dai jo boo deska.” Or, more informally, just leave off the end, saying “dai jo boo.”
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