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  • sonna


pre-noun adjectival (rentaishi)

  • such (about the actions of the listener, or about ideas expressed or understood by the listener)
  • like that
  • that sort of

Examples of そんな in a Sentence

I don't like those who say so.
Never did I expect to see her in such a place.
When it was put that clearly, I was at a loss for a response.
Hold it, are you kidding me? Why'd we wanna go to such a remote location?
Nobody by that name is to be found around here.
She said, "It's not funny! How would you like it if someone did that to you - what would you do?"
Why in the world would you do that? the other asked.
You're crazy if you think he's on the up-and-up. The only reason you can say that is because you don't know what he's doing behind the scenes.
Theoretical physics was child's play to Einstein, but he couldn't figure out his income tax.
At the risk of sticking my neck out, I think that if we do that, we're making a big, big mistake.

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