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Help with connecting sentences in Japanese

Denisel

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Hello, this is my second time!
I am learning to connect sentences using”し” and have problem with this:
お腹がすきました。それに のども かわきました。= I am Hungry. Moreover I am thirsty.
My answer:
お腹が  すいたし、のども かわきました。
Can someone tell me whether it is correct?
If I reverse the order, should it be:
のどが  かわいたし、お腹も すきました。
In general, I need to use the unpolite dictionary form of the verb + ”し” to connect with the second sentence? Would appreciate it very much if someone can confirm my understanding.
ありがとうございます。
 

Toritoribe

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Your two examples are correct, but polite forms are also used preceding し (i.e., you can also say お腹がすきましたし or のどがかわきましたし).
 

Mike Cash

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Yes, both sentences are correct.

Why are you going around answering questions which have already been satisfactorily resolved and essentially just repeating what has already been said? It's annoying.
 

Denisel

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Your two examples are correct, but polite forms are also used preceding し (i.e., you can also say お腹がすきましたし or のどがかわきましたし).

Hi! I am back with more questions for this topic.
今夜は あめです。それに風も強いです。
Should I use "だし” to connect the sentence?
How about for i-adjectives?
 

Toritoribe

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Yes. し is attached to non-polite or polite form of verbs, adjectives or copula. (The latter sounds rather polite.)

noun/na-adjective
~だし/ですし

i-adjective
~し/ですし
 
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