Sentence Ending Particles: よ (yo), ね (ne), よね (yone) & っけ (kke)

This time we’ll learn
HOW TO use the sentence ending particles
ね (ne), よ (yo), よね (yone) and っけ (kke).

I see a lot of learners use these ending particles (especially the よ particle) wrong.
It seems like a small thing but it could make a huge difference in a sentence and could end up annoying Japanese people.

Have you also wondered what “っけ” or “だっけ” mean?
It’s actually very common!
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