so umm.. let's say that you're asking your partner on what he think about yourself. Somethings like "What do you like about me?" Does this sentence sounds right?: 「私について何が好きですか?」


The most common way to ask that would be...


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  • ↑ This sounds pretty feminine though... 男の人はなんて言うでしょうかね? 「俺のどこが好き?」とか? – Chocolate Dec 2 '17 at 13:52
  • If I am expecting an answer like 「特にはない。」, is that a suitable question? I'm actually creating script.. hehe – T49 Dec 2 '17 at 14:06
  • @T49 Then how about...「私(なんか)のどこがいいの?」/「俺(なんか)のどこがいいんだ?」(What do you see in me?) – Chocolate Dec 2 '17 at 14:20
  • なるほど。Is it okay if I left out(なんか)in the sentence? And thank you for correcting me. It should be 「特にない。」instead of 「特にはない。」, right? haha – T49 Dec 2 '17 at 14:25
  • @T49 I think you can leave out なんか, but it might be more natural (and a bit more emphatic) to say it 「私なんかのどこがいいの?/俺なんかのどこがいいんだ?」/「(いったい)私(なんか)のどこがいいって言うの?/(いったい)俺(なんか)のどこがいいってんだ?」 if you imply 「いいところなんか、ないでしょう?」... 「特にはない」 is not incorrect but I think 「特にない。」/「別にない。」 are a bit more natural and common. – Chocolate Dec 2 '17 at 14:36

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