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助詞「ほど」. This particle describes the approximate quantity of something, whether numerical or qualitative.
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a single particle, listed as a 係助詞 or 副助詞 in most dictionaries. This is derived from, but not the same as, the combination of either copular で or case particle で plus…
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a hypothetical particle which has no phonetic realization and is not usually written down. This may refer to an omitted particle, or it may refer to a distinct particle that has …
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畳語. For questions related to the repetition of morphemes in words such as 人々, 見え見え, or ピカピカ.
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For questions about morae, as distinct from syllables. A mora (pl. "morae") is a unit of sound that corresponds to a single kana. For example, にっぽん has four morae, but only two syllables.
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Methods for remembering things, as applied to the Japanese language
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原稿用紙. A type of writing paper that consists of square blocks arranged in vertical lines.
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俳句. A short form of Japanese poetry, consisting of three lines 5-7-5 morae long.
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変体仮名. Variant forms of hiragana that were used prior to 1900, but which are no longer in use.
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a name for a resident of a locality
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取り立て助詞. A modern linguistics term corresponding fairly well to the traditional category of 係助詞 (which no longer undergo 係り結び in Modern Japanese).
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Common but often wrong beliefs about the origin of words
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Terminology related to programming and computer science, as expressed in the Japanese language
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音素配列論. The set of constraints on how sequences of segments pattern. This forms part of a speaker's internalized knowledge of the phonology of a language. Phonotactic rules are usually prohibitive, not…