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comment Does this sentence have a good or bad meaning?
This is very bad obviously.
Jun
30
comment What does 「片付けといてくれ」 mean?
悪いんだが = sorry to trouble you and といてくれ = would you mind ? great keigo usage.
Jun
29
revised Doesn't Japan call North Korea “北朝鮮” ? why?
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Jun
29
comment Would it make sense to say お好きに僕に連絡かけてください?
You are looking for 気軽に、適当に、都合の良いタイミングで等。
Jun
26
comment How to say “I was/am annoyed with myself”?
I hope you are a ♀ to speak like this.
Jun
25
comment “to offer” in Japanese?
@Choko thank you. I always mess up on this one.
Jun
25
comment “to offer” in Japanese?
Here are your three translations: "カットしたろか言うて断れてん", "ビールを奢った", "送ってやった"。
Jun
24
comment Should the color of Japanese stoplights really translate to “red / yellow / blue”?
I think it's more a question of perception than translation.
Jun
24
comment Should the color of Japanese stoplights really translate to “red / yellow / blue”?
Did you know the color of the sun for japanese people is red? And the moon is yellow.
Jun
24
comment How do Japanese speakers transition from polite to plain form amongst friends?
They take one drink, get drunk and all of a sudden, it's タメ語。
Jun
15
comment “Understand that…” in Japanese
@user4092 right on target.
Jun
11
comment What is the purpose of adding と?
Don't you think it sounds cooler with と in it?
May
25
accepted 俺 and 僕 used as second person singular pronouns
May
12
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May
11
comment How to ask someone to do something for you
@ZhenLin Thank god sarcasm is not a thing in Japan then.
May
11
revised How to ask someone to do something for you
removed the distracting part.
May
11
comment How to ask someone to do something for you
@snailboat it is always the same. Some people do not care but that can really affect people who does so never a 損 to do it right.
May
11
revised How to ask someone to do something for you
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May
11
answered How to ask someone to do something for you
May
11
comment 'I'm glad I look like my mother'
@Sjiveru no, there is none.