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Thank you very much, now I'll be able to understand the Japanese language clearly.TomomixOgawa wrote:i'm not sure if anyone answered this yet >< but
the difference between~
anata and kimi - they both mean you but "kimi" is much more informal and less polite. "anata" is somewhat formal but is rarely used as Japanese prefer to address people by their names. You shouldn't use "kimi" to someone unless you are a superior addressing someone under you or are trying to show someone disrespect.
zutto and itsumo - their meaning is similar however "zutto" can be just today. "itsumo" means forever/everyday
kesa koen made zutto hashitta
=i ran all the way to the park this morning.
koen made itsumo hashiru
=i run to the park everyday
watashi - "I" , can be used by anyone.
boku - "I" but can only be used by boys/men.
ore - It is said when a male refers to himself. It means "I".
please correct me if I'm wrong in any of these, I'm not an expert yet.
I'm still taking Japanese lessons!
Hope I helped~
It really helped a lot. ^^