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How do you put the person you're talking directly to in a sentence?

It's kind of hard for me to explain, so I'll just show an example.

In English, we'd say, like... "What are you doing, (name)?" We separate the name from a sentence with a comma. But what about in Japanese? Would it be 「何する、(名前)?」

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How do you put the person you're talking directly to in a sentence?

It's kind of hard for me to explain, so I'll just show an example.

In English, we'd say, like... "What are you doing, (name)?" We separate the name from a sentence with a comma. But what about in Japanese? Would it be 「何する、(名前)?」
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