i,am,she and it

Pascal-P

I: Watashi/Boku/Ore etc. Am: Desu/da She: Kanojo It: not sure of the context.

risa-rocket-japanese-tutor

Hi Pascalさん, In Japanese there's no actual word to mean "it." As you have correctly pointed it out, it depends on the situation and context. For example if someone just bought a brand new bag they might say something like this: E.g. 最近買ったの。きれいでしょ? = I just bought it. It's very pretty, right? Hope this helped!

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