Some verbs, like 過ぎる can be added to the stem of other verbs to alter the meaning, (食べる>食べ過ぎる), can 過ぎる be used alone in specific circumstances? Are there verbs which are either grammatically ...
Recently I have learnt about adverbs. From my understanding they describe how an action or verb is done. This is similar in the way that adjectives describe nouns. Following my text book I read ...
On a separate question about Japanese pitch, one of the examples I left was: '甘美（うまみ）の花は赤を見える' (Your flower looks red [talking to Umami]). One of the commenters claimed that it was ...
Help translating this paragraph: doubts about 「への」and「と共に」forms, and structure of a sentence beggining with 「これ」?
The paragraph is from the introduction to the wikipedia article on David Ben-Gurion: ...