The Japanese language has different ways of expressing the possessive relation . There are several "verbal possessive" forms based on verbs with the sense of " to possess" or "to have" or "to own". An alternative is the use of the particle no (の) between two nouns or noun phrases. 3 Apr きっと means “surely,” and it's used to show that the speaker is confident about something. Examples: きっとうまくいくよ (I'm sure things will go well); あしたはきっと いい天気(てんき)になるよ (The weather will probably be good tomorrow); ずいぶん がんばっているんだから、きっと合格(ごうかく)するよ (Because you're. 6 Jul A newly-discovered photo suggests legendary US pilot Amelia Earhart might have died in Japanese custody - and not in a plane crash in the Pacific. If true, it would solve one of aviation history's biggest mysteries. Earhart vanished during a flight over the Pacific - and her disappearance has been a.