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Feb
9
comment Proper Terms For Representing GPS Coordinates
Where did you get チョボ from? I've never heard it before, but maybe it's seafarer lingo or something?
Feb
9
revised How can I differentiate agreement with the person and agreement with the idea?
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Feb
9
comment How can I differentiate agreement with the person and agreement with the idea?
Woohoo, Thank you! I'll edit the answer and try to cover your question better.
Feb
9
comment What does the verb 好く do?
@sawa Valid point. But that still doesn't explain why the forms 好いた, 好いている etc. are uncommon in standard Japanese.
Feb
9
revised What does the verb 好く do?
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Feb
9
revised Is その always or only occasionally a demonstrative adjective?
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Feb
9
answered What does the verb 好く do?
Feb
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Feb
9
answered Is その always or only occasionally a demonstrative adjective?
Feb
8
comment The difference between 皮膚【ひふ】 and 皮【かわ】
There's another word, 肌{はだ}, which is used for humans. It mainly refers to the surface of the skin, and is used in phrases like 肌がきれい or 肌がかゆい.
Feb
8
comment What is the difference between 「はずがない」 and 「わけがない」?
ないだが is ungrammatical.
Feb
8
answered Passive vs. active form of verb (past) What is the difference?
Feb
8
comment What went wrong when I asked for a 衡器{こうき}?
@Sawa Goo dictionary.goo.ne.jp/srch/jn/%E3%81%AF%E3%81%8B%E3%82%8A/m1u seems to agree with me that 秤 is the only correct kanji for the tool.
Feb
7
comment Counter for chopsticks
@istrasci No, I'm eco-friendly ;-)
Feb
7
comment Counter for chopsticks
@TsuyoshiIto Maybe you dropped one chopstick on the floor :-)
Feb
7
comment Prefixing `一` to numbers
Sorry, not sure I understand the question. せんまん and さんまん only differ by a vowel. いっせんまん and さんまん are easy to distinguish.
Feb
7
answered Prefixing `一` to numbers
Feb
7
comment Did standalone noun “好き” mean a person in classical Japanese?
Wow, great find!
Feb
7
answered Particles: に vs. で
Feb
7
comment Why is water polite but ice not?
So why is there an おせんべい but no お木?