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answered How did 服 come to have meanings related to both “clothing” and “submission”?
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reviewed Excellent using 〜ば〜ほど with adverbs
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24
reviewed Excellent Using negative verb forms with はず
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24
reviewed Excellent Relative clauses distinguishing whom/with which/that
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24
reviewed Excellent Meaning of あります in the following sentences
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24
reviewed Excellent what does てやる mean when it is not used for giving?
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reviewed Excellent How do I say: I am on parental leave
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reviewed Excellent Kanji question: the onyomi of 江 is found
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reviewed Excellent 火の車 Where did it come from
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awarded  Custodian
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reviewed Excellent how did 公 (こう) come to be derogatory
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reviewed Excellent How do you say “just curious” or “out of curiosity”?
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answered Decomposition of kanji
Aug
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revised How to say “I am unfortunately getting frustrated”
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suggested suggested edit on How to say “I am unfortunately getting frustrated”
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awarded  Informed
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comment Is there a logic behind the different endings when counting things in Japanese
But not all nouns in English require this classifier, only those that are mass nouns/uncountable nouns do. My point is that in Japanese, all nouns are effectively uncountable and require a counter.
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comment Is there a logic behind the different endings when counting things in Japanese
Why does it seem "strange coming from English"? English has counters (aka. classifiers/measure words) too, they just aren't used with all nouns (countable vs. uncountable nouns). For example, you can't say "three musics", it would be "three pieces of music". If anything, it makes more sense in Japanese to not have that distinction.