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もっと勝手に自分を愛したい


Oct
15
comment Japanese equivalent of “Thanks anyway.”?
ありがとう(ございます) alone is enough for thanks anyway.
Oct
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Meaning of 言いだしっぺとして
Oct
11
answered Meaning of 言いだしっぺとして
Oct
10
revised Difference between こと、もの and やつ
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Oct
9
answered Difference between こと、もの and やつ
Sep
23
comment Similar example sentences give different meanings
A japanese guy asks why can "she's hot" have two meanings. WHAT ?
Sep
23
comment What's the short way to say “me too” and “me (n)either”?
@Ataraxia You can simply say 私もです。
Sep
20
answered What's the short way to say “me too” and “me (n)either”?
Sep
10
comment Teaching the difference between “see” and “she” in English
And I thought all you guys would love it. Let's palatalize.
Sep
9
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
9
revised Teaching the difference between “see” and “she” in English
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Sep
9
answered Teaching the difference between “see” and “she” in English
Sep
9
comment What's a nice way to say “fingers crossed”?
You probably better if you are looking for the figurative or literal meaning of it since the figurative meaning does not exist here.
Sep
6
comment The use of も; spotting if it is comparison/contrast, or for emphasis (revised)
@Tim how do you know it means "this kind/good/something doctor" ?
Sep
1
answered Usage of particles with 出てくる
Aug
13
comment Similar example sentences give different meanings
What about いいです which means no thank you and that's good.
Aug
11
answered How do you say thank you for or sorry for?
Aug
7
revised How to say “I have class now”
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Aug
7
comment How to say “I have class now”
Just saying 今、授業がある could be okay but I think it conveys that the class is already going on at the moment. 今から is usually like "from right now". To say "from now on" it would be "これから" or "今後".