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What drinks do you have? ぼみもぼ は ăȘに が ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ
How to say “What drinks do you have?” in Japanese? “ぼみもぼ は ăȘに が ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ぼみもぼ は ăȘに が ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on What drinks do you have? in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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ぼみもぼ は ăȘに が ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

### Sentence Breakdown
1. ぼみもぼ (nomimono): This is a noun meaning "drinks" or "beverages."
2. は (wa): This is a topic marker, indicating that the preceding noun (nomimono) is the topic of the sentence.
3. ăȘに (nani): This means "what."
4. が (ga): This is a subject marker, indicating the subject of the verb that follows.
5. ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ (arimasu): This is the polite present form of the verb "aru," which means "to exist" or "to have" for inanimate objects.
6. か (ka): This is a question particle, turning the sentence into a question.

### Tips to Remember
ぼみもぼ (nomimono) = "drinks": Think of "nomi" from "nomu" which means "to drink" + "mono" which means "thing."
は (wa): Used for the topic, pronounced "wa" despite being written as は (ha).
ăȘに (nani): Simple word for "what."
ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ (arimasu): Common verb for inanimate existence or possession.
か (ka): Always turns a statement into a question.

### Alternate Ways to Ask "What Drinks Do You Have?"
1. おぼみもぼ は ăȘに ăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ (Onomimono wa nani ga arimasu ka?)
– Adding “お” (o) at the beginning makes it more polite.

2. ぼみもぼ は ă©ă‚Œ ăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ(Nomimono wa dore ga arimasu ka?)
– Using ă©ă‚Œ (dore) which means "which" instead of ăȘに (nani).

3. どんăȘ ぼみもぼ が ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ (Donna nomimono ga arimasu ka?)
どんăȘ (donna) means "what kind of."

### Romanized Characters
– Nomimono wa nani ga arimasu ka?
– Onomimono wa nani ga arimasu ka?
– Nomimono wa dore ga arimasu ka?
– Donna nomimono ga arimasu ka?

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