Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Chibi's ワン-Point English: What kind of 〜 do you like?

Hi all,

Alan tells me that his students have been studying the following sentence pattern recently:
What kind of 〜 do you like? (どんな〜が好きですか).
In this case (この場合), ”kind” means 「種類」.
Here are some sample sentences for you with my answers added:

1. What kind of music do you like? (どんな音楽が好きですか)
2. What kind of food do you like? (どんな食べ物が好きですか)
3. What kind of dogs do you like? (どんな(種類)が好きですか)

1. Classical, especially Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
2. Delicious food.
3. Hot dogs!

See you later, alligator!


P.S. Today is February 29th, also known as "Leap Day" (うるう日).