Let's say someone says "I'm traditional", and I wanted to ask "In what respect/regard are you traditional?" How would I translate this?


Most commonly, people say:

「どんな/どのような/どういう + 点{てん} +

So, you could say:


You will also hear:


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A few more suggestions to add to the other answers:




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My immediate thought was どう言うふうに: "In what way?", or "how so?".

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I feel like you could also use


although I'm not completely confident in that.

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  • 伝わりはしますが、せめて「どんな面で」の方がいいと思います。 – naruto Jan 31 '18 at 4:24

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