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kara 2021/7/19 20:46
gohan o tabete kara kaisha ni ikimasu
gohan o tebete , kaisha ni ikimasu

what is the difference between the 2 sentences.
pls tell asap
by shree (guest)  

Re: kara 2021/7/20 08:10
They would both be interpreted to mean exactly the same thing by virtually any Japanese speaker. In this case, "tekara" simply adds emphasis to the order of the two activities. Note however that "te" does not always equal "tekara", but in this case because it is obvious you are talking about the sequence of events, the two sentences mean the same thing.
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