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Apr
13
answered Differences in usage between する and やる
Apr
11
comment How would one say A implies B in Japanese?
Sorry I meant to say the "title" would be [肩書]{かたが}き rather than 題名. It seems like both "Dr.の肩書き" and "Dr.の称号" are okay (however "Drの/[騎士]{knight}の称号を与えられた" sounds fine but "Drの/[騎士]{knight}の肩書きを与えられた" sounds strange.)
Apr
11
comment How do I say: “I thought everyone liked AKB48”
It's "I thought they would be..." not "I thought they were..." So should it be もっと人気が"出る"と思った? (う~ん・・・ちょっと変な日本語・・・)
Apr
11
answered How do I say: “I thought everyone liked AKB48”
Apr
11
comment Obligatory zero particle
But I say あっ、納豆腐ってる!
Apr
11
comment semantic difference between two keigo verbal forms : に なる(ni naru) and なさる(nasaru)?
@TokyoNagoya 1)そのアットマークではタグ付けされていなくて、今気づきました。2)目立つ件については、もうあきらめてくださいwww
Apr
11
comment Translating the statement: X is very common
Are you sure it's ぞれは, not それは?
Apr
11
comment How would one say A implies B in Japanese?
titleって題名?肩書きじゃな((以下省略
Apr
11
comment Counters In Japanese
~こ is used for ROUND objects...? Then it's not used for square erasers, square sandwiches, tissue boxes...?
Apr
11
comment How would one say A implies B in Japanese?
titleって題名?肩書きじゃなくて?
Apr
10
comment Introductions and grammar
ホントに工学だったんだ!!--
Apr
10
comment Introductions and grammar
工学 じゃなくて 語学 linguistics では・・
Apr
10
comment トライしてみて. Usage?
Yeah I think トライしてみる is like [試]{ため}してみる, which is made of 試す(try) + してみる(try ~ing) but sounds perfectly fine
Apr
10
comment What is the difference between 嫌{きら}う and 嫌{いや}がる?
〇「TNは、嫌がる彼女を無理やり・・・」 ×「TNは、嫌う彼女を無理やり・・・」〇「やめたまえ、TNくん!ちよこさんが嫌がっているじゃないか。」 ×「やめたまえ、TNくん!ちよこさんが嫌っているじゃない‌​か。」
Apr
9
revised How should I say: When we talk, it sounds like we are singing
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Apr
9
comment How do I say: “I thought everyone liked AKB48”
「AKB48って、みんな好きだと思ってた!」とか。
Apr
9
revised How should I say: When we talk, it sounds like we are singing
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Apr
9
answered How should I say: When we talk, it sounds like we are singing
Apr
9
comment Questions about my translation of this conversation
You don't say する・習う+と思っている for "I'm thinking of ~~ing". You can say しよう・習おう+と思っている, したい・習いたい+と思っている, する・習う+つもりだ etc...
Apr
8
comment Usage of passive form
はい~そうです~ You realize/are made acutely aware that these sounds/noises(=車・街の音≒喧騒) are in the center of the world... て感じかなと思います