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soshite
and
sorekara
joins two sentences that are similar . Means "and then", "also", "after that"
mataha?
used to join two alternatives
densha de ikimasu. mataha kuruma de ikimasu.

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densha, mataha kuruma de ikimasu
taking the bus or the car to go
supotsu wo shimasu
to play sports
denwa wo shimasu
to make a phone call
kaimono wo shimasu
do shopping
shigoto wo shimasu
work, do a job
benkyou wo shimasu
(do) study
nani
the form of "what" used when you are replacing an object in a sentence
doresu
dress
handobaggu
handbag
kutsu
shoes
mochiron
of course (used when something should be obvious)
fuutsu
ordinary
seikatsu
life
futsuu no hi no seikatsu
ordinary day in life
mai nichi
every day
mai asa
every morning
mai ban
every evening
mai shuu
every week
maishuu no kinyoubi
every friday
tokidoki
sometimes
yoku
often
itsumo
always
amari (plus negative verb)
not often, not much
zenzen (plus negative verb)
never
mada
not yet
iie, mada desu
no, not yet