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パパ, お父さん, 僕, and 俺 are used when the children are young. パパ is less used when they become adults. But お父さん, 僕, and 俺 are still used when they become adults. Switching their personal pronoun doesn’t always occur, but I think 僕 and 俺 rarely change to パパ and お父さん. パパ and お父さん has an air of viewing their children as kids, though many fathers call themselves パパ ...


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A very standard and polite way of asking permission for something in Japanese is to use the construction VERBてもいいですか. See these answers for reference: Why でも is used rather than も in this sentence? 貸してもいいですか versus 借りてもいいですか In your sentence, you could use this construction and say: 質問してもいいですか。 May I ask a question?   For an even more polite version, you ...


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This is functionally same as this one: What exactly is this でね construction? で is usually used to connect to phrases, but when the speaker is too excited about the first part already, s/he wants to affirm it with ね. Except that: verb's te-form is used here, which is equivalent to noun/na-adj. + で (duh) has です in the middle The seemingly dislocated です is ...


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