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revised Help with phrase: えらく[愉]{たの}しい[事]{こと}[続]{つづ}きなんだ
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revised Help with phrase: えらく[愉]{たの}しい[事]{こと}[続]{つづ}きなんだ
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5
comment Help with phrase: えらく[愉]{たの}しい[事]{こと}[続]{つづ}きなんだ
1) A can be replaced by B often but B can't be replaced by A all the time, doesn't make B a better choice. 2) えらく is 連用形 of an i-adjective and とても is an adverb (i.e. they modify 用言) while すごい is the plain form of an i-adjective (i.e. modifies 体言). 3) "i don't think i hear this very often" → Probably because this usage is pretty colloquial. You might not see/hear it in textbooks or formal conversation.
Mar
4
revised greeting the wife of a colleague with 「お世話になっています」?
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4
comment 〜くれて, what is the meaning and how do people use it?
@sooon Hmm... TokyoNagoya wrote "Thanks for coming" = "来てくれてありがとう". So, "Thanks for teaching/telling me" would be "教えてくれてありがとう", don't you think?
Mar
4
comment Particle に (and で) in this sentence
「真珠湾攻撃から始まった太平洋戦争」とか。。。
Mar
4
comment Particle に (and で) in this sentence
@TokyoNagoya 誰が同年代やねん!
Mar
4
comment Particle に (and で) in this sentence
「礼に始まり礼に終わる」「日の出とともに始まる」とかいかがでしょう。
Mar
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Mar
4
comment 〜くれて, what is the meaning and how do people use it?
@sooon Now is the time to use ~てくれて. (教えてくれありがとう)
Mar
3
revised “Formal” Japanese and “honorific” Japanese, are completely different, right?
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Mar
3
revised Is it common to use 火を入れる when referring to a degree to which meat or any steak should be cooked?
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revised Question about translation with particle ほど
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revised Is it common to use 火を入れる when referring to a degree to which meat or any steak should be cooked?
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comment Is it common to use 火を入れる when referring to a degree to which meat or any steak should be cooked?
@TokyoNagoya え、そこが問題やったん・・・
Mar
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revised Is it common to use 火を入れる when referring to a degree to which meat or any steak should be cooked?
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revised What is the difference between でなくand ではなく?
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revised Is it common to use 火を入れる when referring to a degree to which meat or any steak should be cooked?
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Mar
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answered Is it common to use 火を入れる when referring to a degree to which meat or any steak should be cooked?
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revised Is it common to use 火を入れる when referring to a degree to which meat or any steak should be cooked?
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