- 13 Nov 2021
They all mean similar things, but the nuance changes depending on the SENTENCE-ENDING PARTICLES. The intonation and the tone in which they are pronounced also play an important role. The expressions SO DESU, SO DESUYO, SO DA, SO DATTA, SO DESUNE, SO DESUYONE, SO DESUKA are often used in daily Japanese conversations. In this video, you'll learn in what situations you may use these expressions and how.