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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”?
Apr
27
answered Is it OK to keep saying ありがとう
Apr
26
comment What's the proper way to use 先 versus 前に or 以前?
@dotnetN00b That is correct. I never saw 先 meaning さっき and viceversa. That is why I got confused when M.Virkkunen said that 先 could mean さっき.
Apr
26
revised How can 「うん」 be used to mean both “yes” and “no?”
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Apr
26
answered How can 「うん」 be used to mean both “yes” and “no?”
Apr
26
comment What is the difference between 見える/聞こえる and 見られる/聞ける?
Interesting, thanks !
Apr
26
comment What is the difference between 見える/聞こえる and 見られる/聞ける?
I did not know about the suffix -yu. Can you tell me a bit more about it? And it's meaning?
Apr
26
answered What is the difference between 見える/聞こえる and 見られる/聞ける?
Apr
25
answered Can you use multiple を in one sentence?
Apr
20
answered Using な or ね when addressing a mixed-gender group?
Apr
16
comment How do I spell “So! So! So! So! So!”?
What is that you call a full stop? a 。? But yes, you can write "そうそうそう".
Apr
12
comment How do I spell “So! So! So! So! So!”?
Your article is about someone questioning the japanese language based on his own opinion because we do write it そう. And telling a beginner that そう can written そ would be as well a real bad move.
Apr
12
answered How do I spell “So! So! So! So! So!”?
Apr
4
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Apr
1
revised Do viruses あります or います?
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Apr
1
answered Do viruses あります or います?
Mar
30
comment “からだけ” vs “だけから”, which is grammatical?
They both convey the same meaning but the second sentence is better said.