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What is the implication when a gruff old man ends a sentence with わ?
In this question, it seems to me it was clearly established that わ, at the end of a sentence, is decidedly feminine. There was talk of a kansai-ben わ with slightly different implications, but still ...
Oct 13 '11 at 5:45
Dave M G
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