Breathing pause

jojkov
Asked 1 year ago

Hello, 

i often have a problem to choose right time for inhaling when i read some new text with complicated structure and long sentences. I usually make pause after nouns, but sometimes there are many adjectives. Japanese probably dont have these problems, because they read like 5x faster :D Any idea how should i cut the sentence to smaller blocks? Here is example of longer sentence:

... 、全能の父である神の右の座に着き、生者と死者を裁くために来られます。

In hiragana: 

... 、ぜんのうのちちであるかみのみぎのざにつき、せいしゃとししゃをさばくためにこられます。

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I think you can issue a break after every comma and after every particle. E.g. ぜんのうのちちで<pause>あるかみのみぎのざにつき,<pause>.
While taking the short breathing pause, try to read the next section ahead. This way you can read that next section faster and can waste less breath on it.

Robb216
Answered 1 year ago

Okay I messed that example sentence up, I didnt know である was supposed to be a whole.

Robb216
Commented 1 year ago

I agree with Robb216! Pause at each comma or after each particle and it should sound just fine!

koki.agata
Commented 1 year ago

Thank you very much! I hope i can speak more fluently now :)

jojkov
Commented 1 year ago

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Good question, also, maybe try also tending to pause after verbs may be helpful

Hanshi
Answered 9 months ago