|par. (lit.) used at the end of a sentence indicating affirmation; used in the middle of a sentence marking off the topic of the statement||
phr. Chinese food smells good and is also rich in nutrition.
phr. Your Chinese is very good.--Not at all, just so so.
phr. This way there are advantages and also disadvantages.
phr. The students in this class are not bad at all.
phr. Fully aware that oneself will be defeated, he/she still draws the sword.
phr. (often used independently between sentences with a softened tone) if you think about it, then it's...
phr. Nothing could stop him.
phr. didn't manage to figure out (the answer of a question) when the class was over
phr. (with a softened tone) it's indeed (this case), it's quite (like this); (contrary to one's expectation or common sense) (though...,) it is...