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Aug
15
answered What is the difference between ちょっと and 少し?
Jul
31
answered Where exactly in your body is “心”?
Jul
20
revised How can I say “we met at x event” politely in an email?
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Jul
20
answered How can I say “we met at x event” politely in an email?
Jul
7
comment Is いらっしゃいませ only used by staff?
いらっしゃる is also used instead of 居る in some keigo.
Jul
4
answered Difference between 気をつけて, お大事に and お元気で
Jul
4
comment How and when to use せや and its variants in Kansai-ben?
Never heard せんな either.
Jul
3
comment Understanding ありやな
@Gradius read the conversation again then. Because I know they are not. Sawa said so.
Jul
3
revised How and when to use せや and its variants in Kansai-ben?
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Jul
3
comment How and when to use せや and its variants in Kansai-ben?
@sawa would be then more nicer to just say what it is and edit me :)
Jul
3
answered How and when to use せや and its variants in Kansai-ben?
Jul
3
comment Why is 一緒に needed when it's already clear two people will be together?
一緒に may not be compulsary but would be used most of the time.
Jul
2
comment Differences between listing particles と, や and に
I don't think AにBにCが来た is correct.
Jun
21
comment “causative of negative” vs “negative of causative”?
I won't let you eat VS I will let you not to eat ?
Jun
18
answered What does the phrase らしいと言えばらしい mean?
Jun
18
comment How does adding なる make this phrase more “natural”?
The thing is, with your first sentence, you assume they are already pets. And your 多分 is about that they might be good at "being pets".
May
28
comment What are some good ways to say “how to spell” in Japanese?
You can see many examples goo.gl/YrWJP and goo.gl/d2u8C
May
25
comment What does ちがいます。 mean?
The meaning does not change based on if it's in an anime or not.
May
24
answered Does V~たりする include the verb in a “perfect” sense or “varying” sense?
May
2
answered How can you figure out whether 鍵【かぎ】 means “lock” or “key”?