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何て, なんて

  • nante


noun or verb acting prenominally, adverb (fukushi)

  • how ..!
  • what ..!


  • what (questioning)

Examples of 何て,なんて in a Sentence

It is impossible to finish the report in a week.
What a big eater he is!
What is she saying? "You don't even know 'norito'?" "Norito?" "It's something like a Shinto spell."
Never did I expect to see her in such a place.
Are there dogs that eat raw fish?
Kidding! I was simply invited to go out to dinner.
What a good speaker of Japanese!
My heavens, what an enormous box!
What a nice cable-car this is!
Of all places to meet you!

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