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Nov
21
comment What is an expression that means “of course!” as if suddenly realizing something?
Ah, these both sound familiar and seem to fit the scenarios I was thinking about. Thanks!
Nov
21
asked What is an expression that means “of course!” as if suddenly realizing something?
Nov
17
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
27
accepted What is the breakdown of countries where loan words originate?
Sep
27
comment Usage of すみません (sumimasen) versus ごめんなさい (gomen'nasai)
Thank you for this explanation. It's nice to be able to explain something at a purely conceptual level, but being able to interject example scenarios for common usage really helps me to grasp the context more.
Sep
27
comment What is the breakdown of countries where loan words originate?
@JesseGood What I mean is words that are written using katakana, not kanji. Is that what you meant?
Sep
26
asked What is the breakdown of countries where loan words originate?
Sep
8
revised Is there a generally accepted “rule” for truncating loan words?
Made terminological changes based on comments.
Sep
8
accepted Is there a generally accepted “rule” for truncating loan words?
Sep
8
comment Is there a generally accepted “rule” for truncating loan words?
Really appreciate the detailed explanation and the clarification about ドンマイ.
Sep
8
comment Is there a generally accepted “rule” for truncating loan words?
Thank you for clarifying that.
Sep
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asked Is there a generally accepted “rule” for truncating loan words?
Sep
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awarded  Nice Question
Jun
14
comment Can ま be used as an interjection to connote an indignant tone?
I think the situation I was thinking of actually called for "well" as a translation, only the speaker happened to have an indignant tone. Thanks!
Jun
14
accepted Can ま be used as an interjection to connote an indignant tone?
May
9
accepted What does なのね at the end of a sentence mean?
May
9
accepted When is it appropriate to refer to yourself using your name, rather than 私 (or others)?
May
3
accepted What is the meaning of ~んです?
May
1
revised Why is “there” pronounced あそこ and not just あこ?
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May
1
asked Why is “there” pronounced あそこ and not just あこ?