How do I say "but" in the Japanese language? – Kedo vs Demo | Japanese Ask-a-Teacher! #96-6





How do I say “but” in the Japanese language? Today we will talk about Kedo vs Demo. When can you use けど instead of でも? Let’s learn when they’re interchangeable or not!

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▶ABOUT THIS VIDEO
In this video, George Trombley explains how do I say but in the Japanese language. He talks about Kedo vs Demo. When can you use けど instead of でも? These are Japanese connective particles. Let’s learn Japanese for beginners through English with this lesson. These are Japanese language lessons that cover the basics!

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Comments

  • Posted: October 24, 2020 17:44

    バカカバ

    Actually, they’re both wrong. The way to say butt in Japanese is おしり。I know this cause I’ve been doing hardcore AJATT now for 48hrs and I’m already more ぺらぺら than a 日本人。
  • Posted: October 24, 2020 17:44

    B R

    clear but I still mess up. But I shouldn't now! However, I might.
  • Posted: October 24, 2020 17:44

    Almandho P

    I like to think that when Japanese people stops their sentence at けど, it translates to "though". Just like the example you give "あしたあめがふるんだけど" means "it's gonna rain tomorrow, though"

    Also, about the だけど as a sentence beginner, I like to think that even if we're starting a new sentence, we're using けど to refer to the previous thing that we've said. And those previous things are packaged into a noun, and following the rules of けど, we change it to だけど when it's connected to nouns
  • Posted: October 24, 2020 17:44

    Michael Hoffmann

    Fun fact: you will sometimes here "but" as a sentence ender in Australian English as well: "looks like it's gonner rain tamorrow, no worries, but". Used to be more common.
  • Posted: October 24, 2020 17:44

    beth m

    hello!
    When is the revised version of JFZ2 coming out?
  • Posted: October 24, 2020 17:44

    EarleyGrave

    I like to think of けど as "but" and でも as "however", because it's bad grammar in English to start a sentence with "But" (I think).
  • Posted: October 24, 2020 17:44

    James Shuler

    What is the name of the intro song in these videos?
  • Posted: October 24, 2020 17:44

    UnknownDreamz

    sir, how about the "ni" and "e" particle , you said "ni" used when going to exact location. other videos on YouTube they used "e" for exact or not . Please do a video of "ni", "e", and "de" .
  • Posted: October 24, 2020 17:44

    Fantashit

    Cool. Keep it up!
  • Posted: October 24, 2020 17:44

    HIDEOof

    Nays
  • Posted: October 24, 2020 17:44

    Daniel Marques Macedo

    This is good content
  • Posted: October 24, 2020 17:44

    henrik3141

    And the difference of "が” and "けど” in this case?
  • Posted: October 24, 2020 17:44

    OTHMAN

    juji-san you're videos are always a delight
    keep 'em coming

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