Today I am going to share the Q&A quoted from my JLPT N3 course!
Sensei, in the example, どこかでコーヒー、買えないかな*。
買えない it sound like don’t buy which easily cause confuse.
Is this a grammar that I should refer back ?
I wonder if I can buy coffee (somewhere)…
This may be confusing because of the use of [nai-form], but ないかな means hope or desire.
I can’t wait for Christmas to come.
I wonder if anybody can go to the concert with me.
I wish my father would buy me a gift.
いい人いないかな〜😅（When you want a boyfriend）
I wonder if there is someone nice for me.
Anime and drama characters often say “〜ないかな”, so watch them a lot and get used to hearing.
I hope my answer helps you. 😊
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I will teach you until you get it!
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