While doing some exercises I found one where I am supposed to insert the correct answer in this dialogue, but I don't understand why it goes こそ。


  1. なら  2. でも  3. こそ  4. が

「こそ」 is a particle whose main function is to emphasize and accentuate the preceding word or phrase.


this sentence means:

"It was you, Mike, who was like a professional singer."

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  • Grasping こちらこそ at last... thank you! – jarmanso7 Jul 15 '19 at 22:21

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