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comment Is answering with simple ない grammatically correct, when saying I physically don't possess some object
I would say ないです。
Apr
15
answered Please help me understand these sentences: それで? いつになれば俺のお嫁さんになってくれる?
Apr
15
comment Differences in usage between する and やる
参考までに webnote.cocolog-nifty.com/note1/2013/06/post-135b.html とか ninjal.ac.jp/event/specialists/project-meeting/files/… する・やるの違いはたくさんあって、論文や本も書ける題材みたいです。
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comment How do I say “before” or “used to” in Japanese?
元に-->I think it's [元々]{もともと} (or maybe [元]{もと}は) ≒最初は・初めは.
Apr
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comment How do I say “before” or “used to” in Japanese?
「かつての好きじゃないバンド」>> How about 「かつては/前は/以前は好きじゃなかったバンド」"The band that I didn't like before" ?
Apr
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comment ふるさと (home town, birthplace) uses which kanji - 古里 or 故郷?
@Kaji 中々田舎<--「なかなかいなか」?
Apr
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comment Differences in usage between する and やる
@Tim ありがとうございます。まだ、いろいろありそうですね・・・
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Apr
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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
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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
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answered How do I say: “I thought everyone liked AKB48”