Dec 22, 2008 How do you know when to say" nande" or" doushite" when forming a question in japanese? May 05, 2006 JREF is a travel, language and study guide on all things Japanese, with a growing travel section, a discussion forum, a section on Japanese language, a Japan photo gallery, a comprehensive directory started in 1999.
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Learn how to say why in Japanese. " Doushite" can be used in informal situations. No difference. It is like" why"" how come" " for what reason". The more you get exposed to Japanese the more natural these words will become. (doushite desuka) But (DOUSHITE DESUKA) sounds a little bit more formal than (NANDE DESUKA). I would use No. 2 when I talk with someone whom I want to show my respect (e. g. my bosses, teachers and older people). doushite for what reason. The Japanese to English online dictionary.
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