[Q&A] What does のに at the end of a sentence mean?
Today I am going to share the Q&A quoted from my JLPT N4 course!
What does のに at the end of a sentence mean?
We often drop the main clause and finish the sentence with のに.
You can show your feelings of disappointment, regret, and discontent to the listener.
This was expensive. (but, I am disappointed that something went wrong.)
The child spilled my new cloth. This was expensive.
=to express the speaker’s feeling of disappointment.
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