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-Te mo ii Means It's Alright To...

Continuing with verb study after a few weeks break. I went home to visit over Labor Dai (see Memoirs Journal August 2007 Entry). Getting back into the swing of expanding useful phrases with verb endings in -te(it's alright to, it doesn't matter if, try to, after verb-ing, have done/finished). Welcome to all the new joining listeners. Ganbatte! Come With Me...

KiiTEMOII desu. It's alright to listen. 聞いてもいいです。

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