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JLPT N5 / Beginner > Sentence Endings

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1. I think A; Probably A
Probably they will come by car.
1. Don't you think A?; A, right?
This is the meaning when read as a question (with a rising inflection on the end). Asks for confirmation from the listener about A.
        らしい でしょう  
Her performance was wonderful, don't you think?
1. Let's A (together, polite); Would you like to A; Won't you A?
Would you like to see a movie together tomorrow?
1. I wonder if A; I was wondering if A
Polite form of かな; used in requests.
          いただけない でしょう   
I wonder if you would mind lending me your car for a couple of days?
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