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Feb
23
comment 〜くてform from a verb
@user1205935: Yeah, I am aware that my posts are quite long, but this is my style. I like to provide people with some sort of full knowledge. Consider also that the user who posted the question asked for explaination about the 〜くて form, so I did answer. But you ar right when you say that I need to be more straightforward and less rambling... You also said you weren't sure I would have answered the question ahah... So I am changing my answer to put the answer to the top, and the rest for "further reading". Thankyou very much.
Feb
23
comment 〜くてform from a verb
I made a mistake in the final paragraph, sorry. I edited the answer. Please, when downcasting point out why you did the downcast, at least I can understand where I am wrong, it took me a little time to figure it out... As you can see I edited after realizing the mistake...
Feb
23
revised 〜くてform from a verb
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Feb
23
accepted Possible ways to express remembrance and recall
Feb
22
revised 〜くてform from a verb
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Feb
22
revised 〜くてform from a verb
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Feb
22
answered 〜くてform from a verb
Feb
15
comment What's the meaning of “という” at the end of a sentence?
@AlfredoOsorio: Well, I wanted to post an answer but user1205935 already posted a very good answer... it exactly what I would have said!
Feb
14
comment What's the meaning of “という” at the end of a sentence?
Well this is not easy to grasp 'cause 〜と言う or 〜という can have many meanings. Please post the complete sentence. If none, please post other examples in you book.
Feb
5
comment Why is this sentence grammatically incorrect?
Btw, I changed a little just to avoid confusion...
Feb
5
revised Why is this sentence grammatically incorrect?
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Feb
5
comment Why is this sentence grammatically incorrect?
Flaw I am not saying that it is wrong what you say, just that when I was taught Japanese (in Japan) my teachers introduced me to verbs in this way. First they provided me a way to distinguish ichidan from godan and these rules are those i use... I just explained one in the previous comment but there are more detailed I did not mention... During those lessons when I encountered verbs like okiru, I thought that the masu form was okirimasu but it was okimasu being it an ichidan and not godan... when it was like that teachers told me that verb was an irregular...
Feb
5
comment Why is this sentence grammatically incorrect?
It's irregularity relies in the fact that despite the syllabe before the last one is not one ending in -e it is an ichidan... The irregularity is that it is supposed to be a godan but it is not. Grammatically speaking the verb has a syllabe pattern which puts it in the godan verbs, but it is not. Same as おきる or 出来る and so on... Actually you are right I did not specify what kind of irregularity I was referring to...
Feb
5
revised Why is this sentence grammatically incorrect?
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Feb
5
answered Why is this sentence grammatically incorrect?
Jan
5
suggested rejected edit on Why is ローマ字 spelt without an ン?
Dec
30
awarded  Self-Learner
Dec
29
comment Possible ways to express remembrance and recall
I didn't know these two words and was quite surprised to understand they both are 普通名詞. Nice post!
Dec
11
comment Why is particle で used instead of particle と in “Kazoku de dekakeru”?
Yeah right! Think of the same thing when saying 一人で, 二人で, it actually implies "with", but we Japanese tends to privileges "as" sometimes. Nice answer Tim!
Dec
6
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