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Where's the missing い in ありがた迷惑【ありがた めいわく】?
One of the most useful turns of phrase in Japanese is ありがた迷惑【ありがた めいわく】, which is that of being helpful in a way that is not helpful. It can cover situations where one is being helpful to ...
Jul 22 '11 at 7:45
Dave M G
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