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It also can replace が in certain cases.. I'm not the person to ask when because I don't know specifically.. just bringing it up, maybe someone can elaborate.
A nameless person
Yeah i remember learning about that too last year when i did a module in classical Japanese and i think it comes from that...but then again i guess that's a given, considering the evolution of languages lol
You can say 'no' when you want to express the opposite of 'yes'.
Or like this...
Let me follow up on the legal repercussion on that note.
Sometimes you're thankfull for what repetitive no's can do for your climax, yet other times you curse the same no's while being handcuffed by people in uniforms. And not the kind of people who responds to your safewords.