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10. Fillers – ええと

In English, we have our “ahs” and “ums.” In Japanese, they have their “eeto.” This is the sound you make when you can’t think of what to say, but want to say something!


何 の 動物 が 好き です か?

  • nan no doubutsu ga suki desu ka?
  • What animal do you like?

ええと。。。 ねこ が すき。

  • eeto… neko ga suki.
  • Um… I like cats.

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