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If anyone can help me with these two sentences I'd really appreciate it (Having trouble assembling it):
2)真逆じゃないですか! (I want to say its "Its not the opposite" however the ending 'ka' throws me off)
1) It can't be helped because it's the first time (with regards to) a train, right? (<-- Context would help for the verb that you want to use instead of "with regards to".)
2) It isn't the opposite, is it? (I think the 'ka' just adds uncertainty - doesn't negate it imo)
@Tanequil Here is the page for context: http://imgur.com/zhXRolp
Thanks for the help on the second question btw!
Hm. I'd go with: It can't be helped since it's the first time we're taking a train!
It's not entirely wrong to go with "we're," but I would get rid of it (=we're) or use "I'm" instead because he is talking about himself.Originally Posted by tanequil
Last edited by mikkih; March 19, 2014 at 09:54 AM. Reason: typo on name