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comment 「日本では美味しい和食が食べられる」と「日本は美味しい和食が食べられる」は違う?
There is not much difference between both.
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reviewed Edit 「日本では美味しい和食が食べられる」と「日本は美味しい和食が食べられる」は違う?
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revised 「日本では美味しい和食が食べられる」と「日本は美味しい和食が食べられる」は違う?
日本語を少し直しました
Apr
15
comment Difference between 〜てみたい and 〜たい
your translations are wrong.
Apr
8
comment Can を be left out for this phrase 文句をつける?
The question is why cannot we drop the を in 気をつける ?
Apr
7
comment What is the correct way of saying “see you”?
Can you explain the differences between see you, see you later, later, bye etc?
Apr
7
answered What is the purpose of the renyokei form + ni part of this sentence?
Apr
6
comment 「深酷」とは どういう意味ですか
das ist wirklich interessant.
Apr
3
answered Answering exams in Japanese
Apr
3
comment Does 児戯 have the same idiomatic value in Japanese as “child's play” does in English?
kotobank.jp/word/%E5%85%90%E6%88%AF-517581
Apr
3
comment Conditional counter-factual, main verb past vs nonpast?
instead of past/nonpast, you should see it as accomplished and not-acommplished tense.
Apr
1
comment How do you say “I already can tell (understand) X”?
I agree with you but in this I can already tell that game X is harder than game Y situation, I don't think there is room for confusion. Plus, we need to convey the already somehow.
Apr
1
comment How do you say “I already can tell (understand) X”?
気がする is too weak to express I can tell.
Apr
1
answered How do you say “I already can tell (understand) X”?
Mar
31
comment What do I actually call familiar or friendly language?
I am not sure everyone understands タメ語 even if it is the word I use. Only use 敬語 and タメ語, there should not be any confusion.
Mar
27
answered How do you ask if you are understood without being rude?
Mar
27
answered 貰{もら}える物は貰っておく (idiom?) meaning
Mar
27
comment What is the meaning of 「あれほど」?
I am agreeing with @TheWanderingCoder agreeing with Eric . But it is not "so much". It is "this(あれ) much(ほど)".
Mar
25
comment How is からだ used here?
What do you understand so far?
Mar
25
comment Translating “I'm yours”; does あなたのもの work?
Write it as a kanji is not wrong and it would be 物 and not 者.