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Jun
11
comment What is an equivalent phrase to the colloquial “I know, right!?”
Yeah it does sound a bit feminine.
Apr
27
comment How do you use 〜と知る?
I'm having trouble grasping this concept. so for instance, what exactly does this line mean ハッピーエンドばかりじゃないと知ってはいたけど
Apr
27
comment Who decides what katakana will be used to form English loan words?
@dainichi some americans pronounce tuna like "tsuna" or "chuna". I think I mostly hear women say "tsuna"
Mar
8
comment Passive verb forms for intransitive verbs
okay. got it. so the + されるform can be used as honorific form or passive form. thank you!
Mar
8
comment Passive verb forms for intransitive verbs
thank you. its clearer now. I've been trying to interpret it as passive.