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is using nai + desu considered as polite as using masen form ? for example : oshie-nai desu vs oshiemasen , which of these words considered more polite ?

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Andrew Ixara Aribowo 2019/06/18 22:25

is using nai + desu considered as polite as using masen form ? for example : oshie-nai desu vs oshiemasen , which of these words considered more polite ?

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Rachel Sensei

oshie-nai desu is more polite
oshiemasen means like I don't wanna tell.
oshie-nai desu means I will not tell.

こんな感じです。

2018/07/28 09:12 thumb_up0

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