I thought it’s getting colder but still it’s 28 degrees in Tokyo. (´ε｀ )
Still hot ! haha
Anyway, today’s topic is what is the difference between “〜という”, “〜っていう” and “どういう” .
I don’t often hear these words from foreigner but Japanese people often use it and it’s very useful so let’s master of using them and talk like native Japanese!!xD hehe
I live in a place that is called Yokohama. Yokohama is the name you may not know so I said “横浜という” (called Yokohama).
“ところ” means “place”.^_^
Is it true that the tomorrow’s meeting was changed to 9am？ *会議(かいぎ)：meeting
*〜っていう/〜という話は本当？：Is it true that ~
“〜という” and “〜っていう” means same but “〜っていう” is more casual!!
●どういう+N：What is/do ~ ?/How is/do ~
This is useful when you want to ask more in detail!
What do you mean?/What does it mean?
How’s Hokkaido like?
I visited once and it was so cold in winter, food is so delicious especially fish is amazing!
Not busy place compare to Tokyo. It was good!!^^
Now you know how to use it so let’s use them a lot to everyone!!xD haha
Talk talk talk!!
Also I give you some quizzes so please give it a try!!☆*:.｡. o(≧▽≦)o .｡.:*☆