Can I end all sentences in が?

It sounds so nice, and it’s polite. If I’m making a factual statement about myself and want to keep the conversation going, can I end all of those sentences in が?

Ending a sentence with が implies a contrast is about to follow, but without actually explicitly stating it. 行きたいですが = I’d like to go, but… [I can’t]. If you use it for factual statements about yourself, it kinda comes across as a bit too self-deprecating. For example, if you were to say アニメが好きですが, people would be wondering what contrast you’re implying - you like anime, but… you’re not good at it?

If you used it for all sentences about yourself, people are going to start wondering what’s wrong with your self-esteem. :stuck_out_tongue: