【JLPT N5★Question marker か ka】

【JLPT N5★Question marker か ka】

か(Ka) makes questions, both plain and polite. It is placed at the end of a sentence, somewhat like a question mark.

日本語 / Japanese

英語/ English
(1)What’s your name?
(2)Where are you from?
(3)What is your address?
(4)What is your email address?
(5)How many siblings do you have?
(6)Where is the restroom?

ひらがな / hiragana
(1)あなたの なまえは なん ですか
(2)あなたの しゅっしんは どこ ですか
(3)あなたの じゅうしょは どこ ですか
(4)あなたの めーるあどれすは なんですか
(5)ごきょうだいは なんにん ですか。
(6)おてあらいは どこですか

ローマ字 / Roman letters
(1)Anata no namae wa nan desu ka.
(2)Anata no syusshin wa doko desu ka.
(3)Anata no jyûsho wa doko desuka.
(4)Anata no mêru adoresu wa nan desuka.
(5)Go kyôdai wa nan nin desuka.
(6)Otearai wa doko desuka.

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