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Mar
19
comment Why is this guy hesitant to call and ask her out on a date?
@DaveMG This is no literal translation. It can be translated other ways.
Mar
19
answered Why is this guy hesitant to call and ask her out on a date?
Mar
18
comment When to use 聴く vs 聞く vs 訊く?
Great Answer. I guess you don't consider 聞ける being the potential form of 聞く and you must be right. I bet you consider that 見える is the potential form of 見る and that is great.
Mar
18
comment Describing my exact height
You can also use 背丈
Mar
18
comment When to use 聴く vs 聞く vs 訊く?
And I don't see the OP asking about 聞こえる, do you ?
Mar
17
comment Why is stroke order important?
It's important if you want to play kanji related game on the Nintendo DS.
Mar
17
comment When to use 聴く vs 聞く vs 訊く?
maybe 聞く and 聞こえる are not the same verb ?
Mar
14
comment Are non-base-10 numbers ever written in kanji?
Someday somewhere on a forum "Are non-base-10 numbers ever written in full letters? Would english-speaking people get the joke if we write it there are only ten types of people..."...
Mar
11
revised The topic is the restaurant, or the conversation is at the restaurant?
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Mar
11
comment Difference between 「~がる」 and 「~そう」
あなたが怖がる = you are afraid. あなたが怖そう = you are scary.
Mar
9
comment Using 全然 with a positive pejorative
indeed 全然美味しい is widely used.
Mar
8
comment “If I may ask a question, …”
@Chocolate 日本語上手ですね
Mar
7
answered How to express the concept of negation in mathematics
Mar
7
answered How to read the Modulo operator in a formula
Mar
7
comment “If I may ask a question, …”
@Chocolate if you are writing, all the んです should be written のです。
Mar
1
comment Is 青色をしている different from 青い?
Yes, it is different.
Feb
15
comment Is ない an “auxiliary verb”?
All negative form of verb/word ending with -ない can be conjugated like i-adjective.
Feb
14
comment Why does 赤 have a negative connotation?
you also have 赤字
Feb
9
comment Expressing a sequence of actions using 〜たとき?
See if as two states (not tense), accomplished and non-accomplished. AーたB is when A is done, then B. You can even use it speaking of the future. 50歳になった時にヨーロッパいく。 = I'll go to Europe once I turned 50.
Jan
31
comment What is a better translation for 「自分だけバカを見る」?
How about that!? dictionary.goo.ne.jp/leaf/jn2/174686/m0u