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I speak Japanese semi-natively, but have never studied Japanese grammar formally (only the stuff I've picked up here and there). I'm very interested in grammar in general, but do not know much of the terminology specific to Japanese. Looking forward to learn (and teach)!


Nov
29
answered Explaining phrase お客様各位【きゃく.さま.かく.い】
Oct
17
answered How did the originally honorific forms of address 君、お前、貴様 become informal or even insulting?
Oct
10
answered meaning of “目{め}に見えるほど、〜”
Sep
30
answered Making 「たくさん」act as a full-fledged 形容動詞{けいようどうし}
Aug
25
answered The difference between [noun phrase]+[?・なの?・ですか?・なんですか?]
Aug
19
answered ら抜き言葉: Why doesn't 忘れれれば exist?
Aug
14
answered Confusion with the の particle
Aug
11
answered Properly translating a conditional
Aug
6
answered Usage and Impression of きない vs. こない
Jul
16
answered Is “先生 / せんせい / sensei” haughty or overly-formal
Jul
16
answered Does the use of 予 such as in 猶予 to mean “in advance” have any precedent in Chinese?
Jul
9
answered Is there a special way of asking hypothetical questions?
Jul
1
answered Particle の in this sentence
Jun
13
answered 住んでいたい and 住みたい
Apr
28
answered Does Japanese have a silent ん?
Apr
25
answered 穿る vs ほじる vs ほじくる
Apr
24
answered How should we read/translate long sentences that end in a question?
Apr
10
answered トライしてみて. Usage?
Mar
31
answered Why is coffee with shochu or awamori called コーヒー割{わ}り “split / divided coffee”?
Mar
26
answered What exactly does the grammatical form NがNなだけに mean?