I’ll start by saying that I’m at a very beginner level, knowing very little vocabulary and just starting to learn some grammar. I was learning about でしゅう and one of the examples that Bunpro uses is いいでしょう, and they translate it as “It’s good, isn’t it?” I guess at this point I should mention that I might be spoiling MGS4.
In the English version, Big Boss has a line at the end of the game were he says “This is good, isn’t it?” I wanted to see if the Japanese version was similar to what I just learned today, and instead, I got to learn about some new grammar. The line in Japanese is いいものだな, here’s a link to the scene: https://youtu.be/_fRVftmNanM?t=27851. I understood いい, learned about ものだ (I’m assuming it’s using the “obvious fact” meaning,) and don’t really understand what the な indicates. From what I can tell, な means something like “don’t do.” Can anyone help me understand what’s going on here? Thanks.