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May
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comment What is the difference between ですから, だから, それで、それでは?
@TrucAudreyTeruko: No problem. Also, if you think it answers your question. You should accept it. Please see: How does accepting an answer work?
May
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answered Subtitle symbol
May
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answered What is the difference between ですから, だから, それで、それでは?
May
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awarded  Nice Question
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May
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accepted How close was the Japanese writing system from becoming abolished after World War II?
May
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comment Is there a logic behind the different endings when counting things in Japanese
The Wikipedia article categorizes them quite well. You might want to ask a more specific question.
May
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revised Does だけが mean “but only” or “not just”?
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revised At what level should we be able to understand Yojijukugo?
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answered At what level should we be able to understand Yojijukugo?
May
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comment Ancient practise of sneaking into women's bedrooms…?
@AndrewGrimm: Thank you for correcting my poor English grammar :).
May
20
answered What do you mean, “In Japanese there are no words for ”I’m suffering“”?
May
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comment Does だけが mean “but only” or “not just”?
@DaveMG: Perhaps. However, it could be the case that the smoker doesn't realize that it's a problem at all rather than thinking it's a problem that should be left for others.
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revised Does だけが mean “but only” or “not just”?
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answered Does だけが mean “but only” or “not just”?
May
18
comment Meaning of 気持ちの持ち方まで問題にしている
@sawa: I found what I believe is the context for the sentence (see the Japanese passage in my answer). Also, you might want to consult a dictionary.
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revised Meaning of 気持ちの持ち方まで問題にしている
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revised Ancient practise of sneaking into women's bedrooms…?
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revised How close was the Japanese writing system from becoming abolished after World War II?
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comment How close was the Japanese writing system from becoming abolished after World War II?
Thanks! This is great (I will wait to see if other people answer before awarding the bounty though).