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May
30
asked Having trouble parsing this triple negative sentence
May
29
comment What's the difference between 彼【かれ】 and あちら?
@Daniel, I assume your Android dictionary is using WWWJDIC as a source, and as I'm looking at it now, it does give あれ as the first reading for 彼, which is kind of messed up. You'll also note, though, that it's marked as an "archaic" reading. 彼 is almost always read かれ these days. I think part of the lesson here is that WWWJDIC is a community driven dictionary, and is usually right enough, but does have it's quirks, so use with care.
May
28
accepted How can this sentence using 次 be in the past tense?
May
28
accepted Is 「たくなった」 a typo or a grammatical structure that is different than I think it is?
May
28
asked How can this sentence using 次 be in the past tense?
May
27
awarded  Popular Question
May
27
awarded  Notable Question
May
27
comment Is 「たくなった」 a typo or a grammatical structure that is different than I think it is?
The SAD strikes again.
May
27
comment Is 「たくなった」 a typo or a grammatical structure that is different than I think it is?
@Chocolate, please consider leaving your answer up. Part of the requirement that makes a site go from Beta mode to fully fledged is to have multiple quality answers to every question. The goal isn't to just have one perfect answer for everything, the goal is to have multiple approaches.
May
27
awarded  Popular Question
May
27
comment Is 「たくなった」 a typo or a grammatical structure that is different than I think it is?
@Kaji, yeah, we're in total agreement there. I'm now noticing that there does seem to be a difference in how the community is voting for the answers, and I think I might let that be the deciding factor. I'm personally of the opinion that both answers are straight up equal, but if for whatever reason one gets more votes, it seems to be a decent tie-breaker.
May
27
comment What is シ●ブ, and why is it censored?
@Chocolate, Meth is a specific drug, and stimulant (覚醒剤) is a broad category. So, I guess I'm just wondering, if I were writing a story in which a drug addict went to a drug dealer and asked for シャブ, would the reader assume specifically one drug (meth), or not have any specific image in mind?
May
27
accepted What is シ●ブ, and why is it censored?
May
27
awarded  Nice Question
May
27
comment Is 「たくなった」 a typo or a grammatical structure that is different than I think it is?
@Kaji, Might go to Senshin just for the rep boost, but I wouldn't really want to reward people being faster. I think that getting points for being faster encourages people to place low quality answers in the hopes of getting in ahead of others.
May
27
comment What is シ●ブ, and why is it censored?
@Chocolate, I thought シャブ was specifically slang for crystal meth.
May
27
comment What is シ●ブ, and why is it censored?
All these comments are helpful, but really they should be answers. Also, still missing is the rationale behind censoring the word.
May
27
comment Is 「たくなった」 a typo or a grammatical structure that is different than I think it is?
@Kaji, Now that it's pointed out, I feel a bit embarrassed for not having realized that it involves なる. Now the problem is, both answers are exactly right and similar... not sure which to mark as correct. I'd like to give both a green check.
May
27
asked What is シ●ブ, and why is it censored?
May
27
asked Is 「たくなった」 a typo or a grammatical structure that is different than I think it is?