1. right?; isn't it?; doesn't it?; don't you?; don't you think?at sentence end; used as a request for confirmation or agreement
2. hey; say; listen; look; come on
  • お願い
  • Oh, have a heart.
3. you know; you see; I must say; I should thinkat sentence end; used to express one's thoughts or feelings
4. will you?; pleaseat sentence end; used to make an informal request
5. so, ...; well, ...; you see, ...; you understand?at the end of a non-final clause; used to draw the listener's attention to something
6. I'm not sure if ...; I have my doubts about whether ...at sentence end after the question marker か
Wikipedia definition
7. Ne (kana)ね, in hiragana, or ネ in katakana, is one of the Japanese kana, each of which represents one mora. The hiragana is made in two strokes, while the katakana is made in four. Both represent [ne ne]. As a particle, it is used at the end of a sentence, equivalent to an English, "right?" or "isn't it?" It is also used as slang in Japan to get to get someone's attention, the English equivalent being "hey" or "hey, you."
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