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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Nice Question
Jul
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accepted Why does 「大雨」mean 「大量に降る雨」?
Jul
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asked Why does 「大雨」mean 「大量に降る雨」?
Apr
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awarded  Nice Question
Dec
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comment The meaning of kakemawaru 駆け回る
It looks like this answer could also be the answer to a very similar question a long time ago. japanese.stackexchange.com/q/5902/1328
Dec
4
comment I have no idea what this is saying. Can you have two topics in a sentence?
The lack of strict rules for 読点 make it rather difficult for foreigners to understand at times. Thanks for clearing this up.
Dec
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accepted When is the correct situation to use 案外 or 意外?
Nov
25
comment Where does「えっと」come from?
@Dono Is that an answer? What do you mean "general form"? What is it based on?
Nov
25
asked Where does「えっと」come from?
Nov
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comment Why does 「頭にきた」signify being mad at something?
@Flaw: Yes that's true. However, that phrase isn't necessarily associated with being "irritated". I thought it was used in the context of someone being prideful and telling them to be more humble.
Nov
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asked Why does 「頭にきた」signify being mad at something?
Oct
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awarded  Excavator
Oct
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revised Is 胡 missplaced in the Kodansha Kanji Learner's Dictionary?
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Oct
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reviewed Approve In what cases do I use 見られる with を?
Oct
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reviewed Approve What is the difference in usage between a plural using (a) the kanji repetition character 々, (b) a plural using -たち, and (c) the singular?
Oct
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accepted Why can 髪の毛 only refer to hair on your head?
Oct
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comment Why can 髪の毛 only refer to hair on your head?
@TsuyoshiIto: I don't see your point. Apparently, this is a concept that is so obvious there shouldn't be any questions asked about it?
Oct
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comment Why can 髪の毛 only refer to hair on your head?
This makes more sense. I was told that if it's not 髪の毛, then it would just be called 毛. But if you're saying that it's actually 腕の毛 etc., then I can understand.