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Jul
16
answered How to say “I am unfortunately getting frustrated”
Jul
12
comment About the conditional と
@summea Oh sorry I thought I said what the problem was which is that he messed up with the verb tense in his try. Thanks
Jul
12
comment About the conditional と
You are messing up the verb tense in your try.
Jul
10
answered Computing: How to say “optional parameters”
Jul
10
comment 「覚える」と「思い出す」の違い - what's the difference of oboeru and omoidasu?
思い出す = to recall/remember. 覚える = to remember/memorize.
Jul
10
comment Which reading is more common for 剣: tsurugi or ken
they are the same.
Jul
10
comment Express 'I feel..' Esp for phrases: 'I Feel like puking' or 'I feel old'?
やばい、吐きそうやわ。ピザ食べたすぎてたまらん。やばい、年とったわ。
Jul
9
comment Usage of お[冷]{ひや} & お水
@istrasci I would think tourists would be using fancy words on purpose.
Jul
9
comment Usage of お[冷]{ひや} & お水
@ZettaSuro might be a wrong thing?
Jul
5
answered Usage of お[冷]{ひや} & お水
Jun
28
comment What does だよなー mean?
+1 Great translation.
Jun
27
revised Sake? Nihonshu?
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Jun
27
comment Sake? Nihonshu?
Yes, it is true. You should have ask your question with nihonshu.
Jun
24
comment How to read 前 on its own?
And what about 前ページ ?
Jun
23
comment Very confused about “には” in indicating relationships
庭には二羽がいる. Anyway this 私たちには息子が二人います。 does not sound real good.
Jun
20
revised Why is using ば or と, to indicate a conditional, considered ungrammatical if the 2nd part expresses a will, wish, order or request?
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Jun
19
comment why use という in this sentence
japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/6862/… and japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/11217/…
Jun
18
comment Meaning of おま言う
You are right for the おま言う is お前が言うな but then ??? It simply means 'shut up, you are not in position to say this'. Nothing to do with the veracity of the thing said.
Jun
13
comment Is マグロ always an insult?
The guy smoked too much Tuna.
Jun
12
revised What is an equivalent phrase to the colloquial “I know, right!?”
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