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Omitting か in polite questions

Yes, it'd roughly felt colloquial, or casual. Using it suggests they are making small talk, or their close relationship. As you may know, polite in Japanese polite speech does not mean speakers are ...
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how to use 〜方面 "serving... areas"

方面 has a similar meaning to 方角, but 方面 is more vague and abstract. For example, 大阪の方角 refers to that specific direction (yellow), whereas saying 大阪の方面 conveys an image of a broader spread (red). The ...
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