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⚠ Do not use だ with
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[Casual non-past tense]
[だ shows assertion, that is confidence of the speaker that something is the case. Therefore in spoken, casual language it is often omitted, especially in female speech and with phrases that express conjecture like
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Declaring something is so and so using 「だ」
Plain Speech: Stop at Past Tense 「だった」
だ cannot be used with い-Adjectives
The copula だ
An Introduction to Japanese
Tae Kim's Japanese Grammar Guide : Page 29
みんなの日本語 I : Page 128 [CH 20]
みんなの日本語 I : Page 14 [CH 1]
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