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Your analysis is correct, but I think it's "You need to say thank you" (the father telling the girl). But without more context, it's hard to know. As far as the ~ておく, I wouldn't look too much into it. It can also mean "to keep something in a certain state", so here it's like for the girl to keep up her neighbour's perception of her. Or if you go the "in ...


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じゃあ今日は普通においしいものにしよう This にしよう is the volitional form of にする. The same にする used for making choices in, for example, a restaurant order. コーヒーにします = I'll have/choose/make it coffee. The volitional form turns it into "let's have/choose/make it..." So the girl is saying: "Lets have something with an ordinary level of tastiness today." (the shop doesn't have ...


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I believe this おめっち is singular "you" because this person is speaking to one person in front of him. おめ corresponds to お前. っち is probably a suffix explained here (oh, it's your question). おめっち is not common but I sometimes hear おれっち/おらっち, which means "I" rather than "we". And this からかわれている is not "から + 変われている" but the passive form of からかう. から meaning "...


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