Sou is an ambiguous word with various interpretations depending on its context and intonation, though it’s most frequently used as filler to convey hesitation or thought.
As well as signaling agreement, “desu” can also be used as a way of showing agreement. Most commonly followed by “it is”, it may also be used with non-adjectives and nouns.
Sou ji yi
Soujiyi is the most frequently used expression of disagreement or uncertainty, often used to show disbelief, doubt, disagreement, or simply uncertainty. It can express disbelief, doubt, disagreement or simply uncertainty depending on context and intonation; its exact meaning often depends on context and intonation – it may follow by an adjective positive or negative depending on conversation tone – often used with humor but sometimes taken very seriously.
Ge Yi is the Deputy Patriarch of Xin Mo Sect. He has an opportunistic personality who dotes on his son Ge Huaiyu, spoiling and overlooking any flaws he may possess. However, Ge Yi once practiced Desire For Thinking which left an irreparable mark upon him; thus rendering him incapable of realizing that Xie Yan was impersonating him.
Ge Yi is an expert at martial arts and leads his sect. Additionally, he possesses great wisdom and intelligence as well as being eager to assist others.
Xu Min is one of Ge Yi’s oldest disciples, characterized by being kind, caring and skilled at healing. Additionally, he’s an outstanding strategist with great strength of character; during the Xuan Fang incident alone he saved numerous lives–including those belonging to Ge Yi and his daughter-in-law!
Gan Bao zhu; Huang Diming Jiao Yi and Ding Wangdao Ying Yi = Anecdotes about spirits and immortals.
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