Just pick one randomly

kachibi

Senior Member
Chinese
Say, my sister is a fussy person. And she is choosing which mask to wear. The masks are of different designs. For me, I do not care about whether a mask looks stylish or not.

I then say to her: It doesn't matter actually. Just pick one randomly.

What Japanese sentence is closest to that?
 
  • Joschl

    Senior Member
    Japanese
    I also find it a good idea to use the univerbated particle "de-mo" here.
    で-も ㈡〘副助〙❻ 《不定を表す語に付いて》全面的な肯定を表す。
    でもできる」 「でも知っている」 「会えるならいつでもよい」 「お金のことなどもうどうでもいい」
    語法許容を表す表現で下に否定の意を伴うときは、全面的否定の意となる。「親が決めなくてはどんな人でも駄目なの」 
    https://sakura-paris.org/dict/明鏡国語辞典/prefix/でも

    どれでも好きなの選べよ/選びなよ
    "Dore de-mo suki na no erabe yo / erabi na yo."
    'Choose whichever you like.'
     
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