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Mar
26
answered “10倍もの” vs “10倍の”
Mar
25
awarded  Enthusiast
Mar
23
comment When is it appropriate to use ごくろうさま?
@Chocolate true, true, that would be interesting; people my age always seem to end up using お疲れ〜 with me, and older people always seem to use ご苦労 with me, haha...
Mar
23
answered When is it appropriate to use ごくろうさま?
Mar
22
awarded  Analytical
Mar
21
answered Linguistics and Japanese study
Mar
21
comment How to “shoo away” a sales clerk?
You could always say something like "thank you" and then just keep looking around on your own.
Mar
20
comment When is 終わる used as a transitive verb?
@TsuyoshiIto That does sound more natural, at least.
Mar
20
answered When is 終わる used as a transitive verb?
Mar
20
comment Are 終{お}わる and 済{す}ませる synonyms?
@dotnetN00b It looks like 済ませる would be for when there is a direct object, like in this example... but the meaning would still be relatively the same. But you might want to stick with 終わる・終える to keep things a bit more natural.
Mar
19
answered Are 終{お}わる and 済{す}ませる synonyms?
Mar
19
comment Are 終{お}わる and 済{す}ませる synonyms?
@dotnetN00b It sounds like the difference might be something like: use 済む here when you mean that something is "completely finished". Example: After you have (completely) finished your homework, you can have fun.
Mar
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
17
comment Just so you know
@infinitecardinal No problem! Welcome to the forum...!
Mar
16
comment Meaning of 真逆, how it is different from 逆
Just another thought: does slang have to be justified?
Mar
16
comment What is the difference with 引充 and 引当
@Nap Interesting; maybe it's just a set phrase/usage, then...
Mar
15
comment What is the difference with 引充 and 引当
Are you sure 引充 isn't actually just a Chinese word? I can't seem to find that combination in a Japanese dictionary... :(
Mar
14
comment How can I say “looking through the window of death”?
@sawa In English, lens and window can be similar. They are both things through which something can be viewed. My comment earlier is basically this: abstract ideas do not necessarily have to follow form.
Mar
14
comment Just so you know
@infinitecardinal And as usual, don't forget to "accept" an answer if it answers your question. Thanks~
Mar
14
comment How can I say “looking through the window of death”?
@sawa How sad language would be if it were limited to linguistic thinking.