I'm translating a manga in which one character use a very slangy or contracted way of speaking while the others talk more standard-like. I've already encountered the stem+ん as a short form the ...
I recently saw 「やってもた」 used in a Japanese conversation, I don't remember the context exactly, it was something like： 久々にやってもた。 After asking my Japanese friend, it turns out to be some kind of ...
One friend of mine told me when she was living in Japan, she liked to end her sentences with ん (maybe instead of の). Examples: 明日学校にいくん？ 明日学校に行かないと思う…風邪引いたん。 Actually I've never seen it! But my ...