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Were you a student in Spain? in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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Were you a student in Spain? あγͺたは すぺいんで γŒγγ›γ„ γ§γ—γŸγ‹οΌŸ
How to say “Were you a student in Spain?” in Japanese? “あγͺたは すぺいんで γŒγγ›γ„ γ§γ—γŸγ‹οΌŸ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “あγͺたは すぺいんで γŒγγ›γ„ γ§γ—γŸγ‹οΌŸ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on Were you a student in Spain? in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Sentence info.

Sure! Let's break down the sentence:

– あγͺたは (anata wa): "You" (subject) + topic particle "wa"
– すぺいんで (supein de): "In Spain"
– γŒγγ›γ„ (gakusei): "Student"
– γ§γ—γŸγ‹ (dea ka): "Were?"

So, the full sentence is:
– あγͺたは すぺいんで γŒγγ›γ„ γ§γ—γŸγ‹? (anata wa supein de gakusei dea ka?)

This sentence structure is:

1. Subject (あγͺた, anata – "You")
2. Topic particle (は, wa)
3. Location (すぺいんで, supein de – "in Spain")
4. Noun (γŒγγ›γ„, gakusei – "student")
5. Past-tense verb ending/question marker (γ§γ—γŸγ‹, dea ka – "were?")

### Tips to Remember
Anata wa: "You" as the topic.
Supein de: "In Spain," where "de" indicates the location where an action/state occurs.
Gakusei: "Student."
Dea ka: Past tense form of "desu" (to be) + question marker "ka."

### Alternate Ways to Say "Were you a student in Spain?"
1. すぺいんで γŒγγ›γ„ γ§γ—γŸγ‹οΌŸ
(supein de gakusei dea ka?)
– This is a more direct question without using "anata wa" as it's often understood through context.

2. すぺいんで γŒγγ›γ„γ γ£γŸγ‚“γ§γ™γ‹οΌŸ
(supein de gakusei datta n desu ka?)
– Slightly more formal and asking for confirmation.

3. γ‚Ήγƒšγ‚€γƒ³γ§ε­¦η”Ÿγ γ£γŸοΌŸ
(supein de gakusei datta?)
– Casual form, dropping "anata wa" and the question particle "ka," typical in informal conversation.

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