Why When we say Japanese sentence, we say strongly last letter?

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May 28, 2012 05:55
A few month ago, I heard this question.
Yesterday, I found out this answer.
I think that maybe this answer is correct.
When we say Japanese sentence, we say strongly last letter.
Last letter is desu/です , masu/ます , deshita/でした , mashita/ました , or arimasen/ありません etc.
It's because Japanese sentence is importantly last letter.
Last letter have meaning about past , now or future.
And it have meaning about denial or affirmative.