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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
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
4
comment What's the joke in this 4コマ comic?
the lady has standards !
May
30
comment How do you count ghosts in Japanese?
@yadokari seems there are many answers
May
30
comment Parsing a sentence with a て connecting verb
@dainichi the OP's first guess says so, am I wrong?
May
30
comment What does 用なんてなくっても mean?
Is there really a っ in your sentence ?
May
24
comment Slang metaphorical animal names used to describe people
What's the point in answering in Japanese?
May
23
comment Meaning of 'だろうと'
you have a nice saying using it, 雨が降ろうが槍が降ろうが
May
22
comment How to playfully scold someone?
@Chocolate and the famous song youtube.com/watch?v=nwxxtYCVOR4 though not known by many.
May
20
comment 「可能な額を払う」= Pay what you can?
chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/rikaikun/…
May
20
comment Questions on a usage of じゃない
~じゃん is not Tokyo dialect but Yokohama dialect.
May
2
comment What does 着 mean in 「六時着」 and in 「六着」?
例え、飛行機は6便あって、飛行機の到着の数は6つになりますが着を使って数うことはありかどうかという質問です。
May
2
comment What does 着 mean in 「六時着」 and in 「六着」?
Then how do you say 6 arrivals?
May
2
comment What does 着 mean in 「六時着」 and in 「六着」?
Does 6着 really mean '6th arrival' ?
May
2
comment what's the difference between 領域 、範囲 and 分野?
Grosso modo, 分野 is field, 領域 is area (like in 絶対領域 ;) and 範囲 is scope.
Apr
15
comment Would 私は怖い mean “I'm scared” or “I'm scary”?
@小太郎 I'm scared => 怖い. I'm scary => 私が怖い.