When or why is お used in front of べんとう ?
Putting お in front of a word makes it more polite because it is an honourific.
Wh make it honorific if you dislike its taste
You can politely and respectfully dislike something
The honorific is found with many traditional foods and beverages.
At least in Duo's case, this お is not often used. When does one use it?
I have the same question while I see the word "お箸"(chopsticks).
Someone told me that for the old Japanese, having a meal is kind of a sacred thing. So they put お there for honorific.
26 anime girls cried as their memories came back with this sentence.
when do we use 「おいしく」、and「おいしい」？
For the 「い形容詞」(adjective ended up with い), you have to take a way い and replace く to form a negative sentence. 「～全然～ないです。」is a negative sentence.
(Umbrellas are long./Umbrellas are not long.)
Why wasn't "I think we should see other people" accepted?
Isn't the WO optional here, depending on context? You would definitely use it if talking about someone else's bento, but not necessarily your own.
i wonder if you say this in Japan...
you end up getting beat up by the person that made