Sentence Ending Particles Mar 9, 2005 / Comment / 719 views / In Japanese, there are many particles that are added to the end of a sentence. They express the speaker’s emotions, doubt, emphasis, caution, hesitation, wonder, admiration, and so on. Source: About.com / Namiko Abe Subject: GrammarLike this content? Why not share it?Post navigation← Previous postHinamatsuri (Doll’s Festival)Next post →Visiting Someone’s PlaceRelated PostsNihongo to Tabi (日本語 to 旅)さすが Is Not Always a Complimentよ and ね: What Do These Particles Really Mean to Japanese Speakers?日本語文型バンク (Japanese Grammar Point Bank)Japanese Structure vs English StructureLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.