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Adverbs of Probability: “KITTO” (きっと) and “TABUN” (たぶん), Grammar 104

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In this video, we'll explore some ways to say "maybe" in Japanese.

There are 2 adverbs to express probability in Japanese: "kitto" and "tabun".

KITTOきっと indicates that the speaker is quite certain of what he is saying. So, the probability of something happening is quite high. TABUNたぶんon the other hand entails LESS certainty than KITTOきっと.

Let´s learn in what kind of situations you may use each of these words and how to use them.

 
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