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accepted How to say Populations and Civilizations when talking about history?
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comment How to say Populations and Civilizations when talking about history?
I tried jisho.org and it lists some entries. But I did look at the xamples (sentences) and could not find the particular context which I did underline in my question. That is why I created this question. By the way to b-wilson I could research a bit moer and also ask to some Japanese friends which told me that his answer was correct. I am not angry of course, but I would like a little more of flexibility :) btw thank you very much for your concern. I also believe that I could be more detailed in my question.
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comment How to say Populations and Civilizations when talking about history?
Can someone explain the downvote? As I always stated, I don't understand the reason.
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revised How to say Populations and Civilizations when talking about history?
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asked How to say Populations and Civilizations when talking about history?
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comment Is 「でいい」 the same as 「でもいい」?
I would like to know that too... please explain why the downvote, it is pointless downvoting without further details.
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comment 〜くてform from a verb
@dainichi: "パーチ" is just a mistyping, of course it was "party": パーティー! I fixed it, thankyou for letting me know!
Feb
24
comment 〜くてform from a verb
@dainichi: "negation-like feeling" is simply an expression to say that the sentence using 〜くて implies that the person who is answering/replying in a conversation will possibly negate something. It is obvious in all my examples listed in my post. There is a conversation and after the replier makes a negation. That's all! Regarding "無くしなかった", my bad it was a mistake, you told me, I fixed it! "ハンサム人", ハンサム is "handsome" but it is a な-Adj and I purposely dropped な because I heard many Japanese people doing so, but, hey, I fixed it since you let me notice it!
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Feb
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comment How to express duration of an activity?
@istrasci: Maybe I am mistaking, but I thought that 〜のに is only used to say: "Although". So it can be used also in other situations?
Feb
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comment 〜くてform from a verb
Done! I hope now it is better :)
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