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Hello,

This is the first time I'm posting anything anywhere so pleas be kind if I'm doing something wrong :).

Anyway, on to my main question.

I need to know how one would write the following phrase in hiragana/katana only and then with how it would be written in normal Jspa see.

The phrase is
"She's got a boyfriend anyway"

Please don't ask why I need to know, I just do :p

Kind regards
Kip
 

Toritoribe

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What is the relation between you and the addressee? You want to say it politely or friendly? The answer differs depending on these factors.
 

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What is the relation between you and the addressee? You want to say it politely or friendly? The answer differs depending on these factors.
It's not really addressing someone specific, it's more of a quote.
 

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I would say;
どのみちあのこにはかれしがいる。
どのみちあの娘には彼氏がいる。
 

nice gaijin

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It's funny, I hadn't seen どのみち used in that way before. Are there any other words like that, that can be used to segue into a new thought. How is it used differently from other words like ちなみに、とりあえず、etc?
 
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