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Feb
18
comment Translating チャレンジ
take initiative was ok. Otherwise, simply try, give a shot, experience etc...
Feb
17
comment What could it be: つもりでいた??
It's just a basic te-form.
Feb
16
comment Are there differences in nuance when choosing to use 音読み over 訓読み?
Yes there are differences. The meaning can change.
Feb
13
comment How to say a sentence without repeating the word?
As you can see from all the confusing answers, the short answer is "you don't".
Feb
9
revised How to say a sentence without repeating the word?
edited body
Feb
4
comment What is the difference between すみませんが and すみません?
Could be weird to skip が in the case of not wanting to hurt anyone's feeling, where you would use 悪いけど in タメ語.
Feb
3
comment What is the real correct translation of “彼は好きじゃない”?
It could also mean I don't like him.
Jan
18
awarded  Yearling
Nov
27
comment Meaning of 〜たら in this sentence
That's a conditional sentence though. The sentence is at the past which only means the condition has been fulfilled.
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
18
answered difference between 持ち込む and 持って来る?
Sep
11
comment Differences between 勉強する、習う、学ぶ and 学習する?
really good question.
Sep
10
comment ~て vs ~てから for sequencing activities
Your translations are correct. No special trick here.
Aug
22
awarded  Nice Question
May
28
comment What is the difference between 護る and 守る?
守護天使 is a good mix of both.
May
4
comment How to say “Indicates something that is not easy for one to do.”
@Aki too complicated for people to read.
May
1
comment Why do song lyrics frequently include rare kanji or kanji where kana would usually be used?
Because this is poetry. Poetry needs complicated and sophisticated words.
Mar
30
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Mar
10
comment Difference between うまい and 美味しい when talking about food
And what about 美味?
Feb
26
comment How to say “no thank you, I don't want / need it”?
the quick answer is 結構です or いいです.