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Mar
24
comment Translating “I'm yours”; does あなたのもの work?
@virmaior no it is not 者.
Mar
23
comment Translating “I'm yours”; does あなたのもの work?
Your sentence does not mean anything since it is not finished. It would be the same to ask how to translate "your thing".
Mar
20
answered Do Japanese people see ツ as a smiling face?
Mar
19
comment Is バッチリ a generally accepted term?
jisho.org/…
Mar
19
answered What does the word 「こいや」mean?
Mar
17
answered What does it mean to describe a joke as “ジェネギャ”?
Mar
17
answered When to use もちろん, うん, and はい?
Mar
12
comment Is it easier to learn Chinese after learning Japanese or vice versa?
Chinese could be easier since the construction is really close to the english language. You could only focus on kanji and pronounciation first. Then it would be easier to attack the japanese language afterward.
Mar
10
comment What is the meaning of どうじゃい
It means "What do you think?" or "How about that?".
Mar
2
answered Something is broken
Feb
18
answered のに (noni) versus けど (kedo) to mean “but, although" etc
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
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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.