In this chapter of Chainsawman I saw this 「いいっしょ」 and am confused by what it means.


Are there any other particles like this? I don't see this on any lists online.


I'm not familiar with the manga, but this is likely a colloquial way of saying 「いいでしょう!」or 「いいよね!」.

Please visit here for a little more background (assuming characters are speaking one of the northern dialects).

Keep in mind, this is not a particle and not necessarily always sentence-ending either.

  • Would something like this be common in Japan? Like, is it so common that generally anyone with a different dialect would understand, or is it something the common Japanese individual wouldn't know at first? Aug 11 '19 at 5:15
  • From my experience it would be pretty universally understood, but I'll leave it for natives and other pseudo-speakers like myself to lend their voices.
    – BJCUAI
    Aug 11 '19 at 5:23

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