Previously we’ve talked about the polite little 'o' that appears in phrases such as o-genki desu ka?'
But when do we use お ‘o', and when is it ご 'go'? And why?
There are a few simple rules…Read More
Fairly early on in your Japanese-learning journey, you'll learn some set phrases like:
o-genki desu ka? (How are you?)
o-shigoto wa nan desu ka? (What's your job?)
Usually I teach that the “o” in o-genki desu ka makes the question more polite. This is true, but it’s not the whole story.Read More