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answered What's the grammar behind どうせ?
Apr
26
comment Is there any difference in meaning between 「抜け切る」 and 「抜ける」?
Extra comment: the でえ is the で used in kansai. It would have the same meaning as だよ here. The 〇〇きる would be to do something to completeness, I'll let you match it to your context.
Apr
26
comment What does やっぱり mean in [そこまでなんだって、思っちゃうもん……やっぱり]
Nice try. How about the other 4 sentences ?
Apr
19
comment Meaning and usage of ものとする
Give some example Fara.
Apr
18
reviewed Approve How do I say organize in Japanese as in organize an event?
Apr
18
comment How do I say organize in Japanese as in organize an event?
I think a work like the person in charge would be a good fit.
Mar
31
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Mar
5
comment How to use ~でも and ~も?
you should learn the meaning of で to solve your puzzle.
Feb
28
revised In what context do you pronounce 行く as ゆく?
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Feb
28
comment In what context do you pronounce 行く as ゆく?
Almost same meaning? Could you explain when the meaning actually differs?
Feb
28
answered In what context do you pronounce 行く as ゆく?
Feb
27
comment Is there a difference between 'futari' and 'futari-domo'?
thanks, great addition.
Feb
25
awarded  Explainer
Feb
25
revised Do ~せずに~したほうがいい and ~しながら~しないほうがいい have identical meaning?
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Feb
25
revised Do ~せずに~したほうがいい and ~しながら~しないほうがいい have identical meaning?
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Feb
25
comment Do ~せずに~したほうがいい and ~しながら~しないほうがいい have identical meaning?
IM non-native O, I think 「勉強しながらチャットするな」 is not correct ―would not be used―as in 「A しながら B するな」, B is the thing that matters the most. Said this way, it would be like implying that studying is bad for chatting. That is probably why you think your latter translation is the better one. Thus, I do not think they are the same, the explanation above stands in english too.
Feb
25
answered Do ~せずに~したほうがいい and ~しながら~しないほうがいい have identical meaning?
Feb
25
answered Is there a difference between 'futari' and 'futari-domo'?
Feb
23
comment と indicating a condition that results in an inevitable outcome
how about you ask them?
Feb
23
answered How to say “I'm happy to be here right now”