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1) There are days where we are together. 紡いだ I think of as weaving the fabric of the day by being together. 2) 本当はいつも means In truth, there has always.... Note the has is because the sentence is overall past tense. So it means overall like: In truth, there has always been a certain someone there, regardless of the situation I was in 3) いくつも as ...


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That なにも is a Guiding Adverb that leads partial negation. It means nothing by itself but functions as a sign that tells that partial negation is following. It's different from normal なに+も ((not) anything) in the point of pitch accent. [なにも{HLL} vs なに{LH}+も{H}] e.g. 何も、急がなくてもいいじゃないか You don't need to hurry, do you? Other examples of Guiding Adverbs are ...


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That's a variation form of うんたらかんたら, which corresponds to 'yada yada' or 'blah blah' in English. It's used in place of something not very important to the speaker, or something too difficult to understand. In this case, the speaker thought the phrase following いいところで is obvious, and he was too lazy to say it. Similar expressions include なんちゃらかんちゃら, ...


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We have two very different 「今日{きょう}も一日{いちにち}」's here. 「今日も一日の締{し}めくくりとばかりに酒盛{さかも}りに耽{ふけ}っている。」 = 「今日も、一日の締{し}めくくりとばかりに酒盛{さかも}りに耽{ふけ}っている。」 ≒ 「一日の締めくくりとばかりに,今日も酒盛りに耽っている。」 Here, 「今日も ("today also")」 and 「一日 (the "work" day)」 function separately and independently from each other. Grammatically, it is not the same 「今日も一日」 that we use very ...



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