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Jan
28
comment When should the polite form of 〜たり be used?
Sorry I misread it. I have never heard it with a masu-form verb and I don't think there is cases where it should be used.
Jan
28
comment When should the polite form of 〜たり be used?
used very often? Where do you hear it often? And probably like the masu-form before ので not being grammatically correct. Places where it is common to over-praise interlocutor (ex: 大丸), over keigo is usually used.
Jan
16
comment A は/が difference
+1, great answer.
Jan
15
comment Usage of ~まんねん (関西弁)
Keep in mind that まんねん is keigo level and it is fairly rare to see people using local language when speaking keigo. That is why you would see mostly only old people using it.
Dec
30
comment What does はくださらない mean?
@TsuyoshiIto I wonder then why both answers on くださる are so high rated.
Dec
19
comment X is near or next to Y. Is my understanding of this correct?
I don't think all your five sentences have the same meaning. そば、よこ、となり can be similar but they are different from ところ and ちかく.
Dec
19
comment Why is 間{かん} used to denote some amounts of time but not others?
A minute: 一分, an hour: 一時間, a week: 一週間, a month: 一ヶ月, a year: 一年.
Dec
16
comment The origin of one of the usages of 狼{おおかみ}
Is it really specific to japanese culture? What about the Little Red Riding Hood.
Dec
11
comment How to say “items remaining from last meeting”?
残件 does exist.
Dec
11
comment Do people say じゅういち or いちいち when saying 11?
@snailplane I think this is just a human mistake.
Dec
3
comment Questions on イケてる
イケ (てる) メン ? ? ?
Dec
2
comment How to write “Aikido Wa Ichiban Budo Desu”
A quick research on google did not return anything. What is your source ?
Nov
26
comment Are there more irregular verbs like 行く?
Sometimes pronounced? That is just an other reading of its kanji. And still widely used in some specific cases like train direction.
Nov
22
comment Are there any common grammatical errors made by native Japanese speakers?
Interesting question. Try not confuse evolution of modern Japanese vs real grammar mistake.
Nov
14
comment inter- and intra- prefix
vs . Here you go.
Nov
14
comment Is there a difference between ことがある and ものがある?
Would you have a sentence that confuses you? Or when you think that you can switch both ?
Nov
14
comment How is ものがある used?
This is あなたを迎える者がある defines a person.
Oct
23
comment “Would ____?” -のだろう or -おう/-こう/etc
for the third one, Billy is right.
Oct
18
comment Range of numbers
@dainichi I was thinking the same thing. I was not sure but did not ask a native.
Oct
17
comment Expressing: “Send them over/up, please”
◯◯さんに来てもらうようにお願いします。Otherwise, I would use 送る too. You can use 送る as well when you want to sent the person somewhere you are not at.