How to say this in Japanese

これkore

pronoun:

  • this (indicating an item near the speaker, the action of the speaker, or the current topic) 何れ其れ彼【あれ】
  • this person (usu. indicating someone in one's in-group) - humble language
  • now
  • here - archaism
  • I (me) - archaism
  • certainly - archaism

Example Sentences

きりがないkiriganai
This is never going to end.
このkono世界sekaino教育kyouikunihaがっかりgakkariしてshiteしまうshimau
Education in this world disappoints me.
みんなminnamoそうsounanoかなkanato思うomouことkotoくらいkuraiしかshikaできないdekinai
I can only wonder if this is the same for everyone else.
watashiならnaraそうsou言っitaだろdarouto思うomou
This is what I would have said.
そういうsouiuものmononanですdesu
That's how it is.

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