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May
2
comment What does 着 mean in 「六時着」 and in 「六着」?
例え、飛行機は6便あって、飛行機の到着の数は6つになりますが着を使って数うことはありかどうかという質問です。
May
2
comment What does 着 mean in 「六時着」 and in 「六着」?
Then how do you say 6 arrivals?
May
2
comment What does 着 mean in 「六時着」 and in 「六着」?
Does 6着 really mean '6th arrival' ?
May
2
comment what's the difference between 領域 、範囲 and 分野?
Grosso modo, 分野 is field, 領域 is area (like in 絶対領域 ;) and 範囲 is scope.
Apr
15
comment Would 私は怖い mean “I'm scared” or “I'm scary”?
@小太郎 I'm scared => 怖い. I'm scary => 私が怖い.
Apr
12
comment What's the difference between “plain form + とき” and “ta-form + とき“?
Just remember that verb does not have present/past tense but rather unaccomplished/accomplished tense.
Mar
29
revised Is this sentence using はず complete?
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Mar
29
comment Is this sentence using はず complete?
@Dono Do you think it is a typo ?
Mar
29
answered Is this sentence using はず complete?
Mar
29
comment What's the difference between がんばれ and 頑張って 【がんばって】?
@DaveMG Repecmps already did it.
Mar
29
comment What's the difference between がんばれ and 頑張って 【がんばって】?
@DaveMG Both forms are not always interchangeable and they have a different nuance.
Mar
29
comment What's the difference between がんばれ and 頑張って 【がんばって】?
Repecmps has the best answer.
Mar
26
answered How do I say “requirements” in an IT context?
Mar
23
comment Why is this guy hesitant to call and ask her out on a date?
Your last translation is wrong. There is nothing closed to I used to have the courage...
Mar
23
comment Past tense of なし in Classical Japanese?
@snailplane A coworker.
Mar
22
comment What's the difference between 〜に対しての and 〜に対する?
In my opinion. Aに対してのB => A same level of importance in the discussion as B. Aに対するB => A is less important than B in the discussion.
Mar
22
answered Past tense of なし in Classical Japanese?
Mar
22
comment Past tense of なし in Classical Japanese?
Which kind are you refering to ? ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/…
Mar
21
comment How does the addition of のか to the end of a sentence affect the meaning?
You are talking about two differents things. の and か have both specific meanings. Using both just add those meanings.
Mar
19
comment Why is this guy hesitant to call and ask her out on a date?
Thank you Dainichi, I am not a native english speaker so I might be off. Dave, see the sentence as 今日ほど<sub sentence>ことはない and you will probably understand how it is made. The negation is the result of a comparison to 今日ほど (as today ?).