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revised Verbs which are more frequently used to built the honorific passive forms
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Mar
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comment Verbs which are more frequently used to built the honorific passive forms
@user1205935 thanks for your help! ^^
Mar
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Mar
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comment Verbs which are more frequently used to built the honorific passive forms
@user1205935 Ahh so the "passive honorific" refers to the honorific in the form of れる as opposed to お~~になる, right? Hmm I think I didn't quite understand the question, then.
Mar
24
comment Why is 楽しみに!wrong?
@dimadesu 楽しみ! is the shortened form of 楽しみです, similar in meaning to 楽しみにしています. The subject for 楽しみです and 楽しみにしています is the speaker, ("I" am looking forward~~/私は○○が楽しみです/私は○○を楽しみにしています), whereas the subject in お楽しみに(+ね)! and 楽しみにしていてください is "you", the hearer(s), cos these are more like the imperative.
Mar
24
answered Verbs which are more frequently used to built the honorific passive forms
Mar
24
comment What is the relation between the two verbs 思われる and 思う?
@yadokari それです^^ (文法用語はよく分からないのですが。。たぶん)
Mar
23
comment What is the relation between the two verbs 思われる and 思う?
「自発」の「思われる」ですよね。The passive is 思われる, the honorific is also 思われる, the potential is 思える, and... what is 思われられる? The passive 思われる + the honorific れる (ie. 思われていらっしゃる), or the passive 思われる + the potential れる (ie. 思われることができる), maybe?
Mar
23
comment How does the addition of のか to the end of a sentence affect the meaning?
I don't think it's ungrammatical, but it sounds awkward... hmm. 思って(い)る"の"ですか normally changes to 思ってる"ん"ですか when we talk, and 思って"る"んですか is often shortened to 思ってんですか (dropping る) when talking casually or angrily, but 思って"る"のですか doesn't change to 思って"ん"のですか keeping the の. (なんでかな・・)
Mar
23
comment なので relationship does not seem to match in そうじが楽なので、部屋にはなるべく物を置かないようにしている
Maybe you can rephrase it as「(そうすると/そうしたら)掃除が楽なので、部屋にはなるべく物を置かないようにしている。」. The そうする refers to 「部屋になるべく物を置かない」.
Mar
22
comment Why is stroke order important?
じゃあ、日本語を書いたというより、日本人が中国語を書いた(漢文[かんぶん]?)、って感じですかね~。(古典苦手で・・・ww)
Mar
22
comment Why is stroke order important?
私は20%くらいの漢字が認識できたかも。全体の意味はぜんぜん分かりません。(ところでこれは中国語?)
Mar
22
revised How does the addition of のか to the end of a sentence affect the meaning?
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Mar
22
comment Past tense of なし in Classical Japanese?
How about「なかりけり」?