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日本語大好き

I'm just an enthusiast in Japanese language. I took three years of Japanese courses in college, enrolled in Japanese House Program where the residents use Japanese in daily lives, yet I feel I'm still not fluent in it.

p/s: Sorry for churning out so many questions. I'm trying to help JLU beta to improve the questions-per-day ratio :P

p/s2: I usually hold off upvoting answers to my questions until at least 2-3 answers have been posted, or until some time has lapsed.

p/s3: As long as I can, I will not downvote a question/answer, and if in the end I have to downvote, I will add a comment.

よろしくおねがいします


Jun
2
accepted What is the difference between 「はじめてのX」 {hajimete no X} and 「はじめのX」 {hajime no X}?
Jun
2
asked About 「同じ」 {onaji} and 「同じく」 {onajiku}
Jun
2
accepted Difference between negative forms {-ず} and {-ぬ}
Jun
2
asked What is the difference between 「はじめてのX」 {hajimete no X} and 「はじめのX」 {hajime no X}?
Jun
1
comment How can I say “Right now”, or “At that exact moment”?
Sweet! I didn't know such a useful tool exists. Thanks a million times :)
Jun
1
revised How can I say “Right now”, or “At that exact moment”?
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Jun
1
accepted Can {X-eba X hodo Y} clause pattern be shortened to {X hodo Y}?
Jun
1
revised How can I say “Right now”, or “At that exact moment”?
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Jun
1
accepted Why is 「昨夜」 pronounced as 「ゆうべ」 {yuube} and 「今日」 as 「きょう」 {kyou}?
Jun
1
awarded  Commentator
Jun
1
comment What is the significance of [の] (no)?
+1 for a beginner yet fundamental question. It's good to have some beginner-like questions or otherwise new learners would be frightened by all the expert-looking questions.
Jun
1
comment What is the significance of [の] (no)?
@Mark I prefer "of" than "X's" because it can also explain "midori no hon" as "the book of green in color". But I guess it's personal preference. Either way is fine as long as you can grasp the meaning.
Jun
1
comment What is the significance of [の] (no)?
@Madcowe yes, "watashi" can be used for anything related to "I", "my", "me" etc.
Jun
1
answered What is the significance of [の] (no)?
Jun
1
awarded  Editor
Jun
1
revised Why is 「昨夜」 pronounced as 「ゆうべ」 {yuube} and 「今日」 as 「きょう」 {kyou}?
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Jun
1
answered How can I say “Right now”, or “At that exact moment”?
Jun
1
asked Why is 「昨夜」 pronounced as 「ゆうべ」 {yuube} and 「今日」 as 「きょう」 {kyou}?
Jun
1
awarded  Mortarboard
Jun
1
accepted What is the difference between 「はず」 {hazu} and 「わけ」 {wake}?