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Nov
3
comment When did you last…?
what about the sentences here? eow.alc.co.jp/search?q=when+was+the+last+time&ref=sa are they reliable?
Oct
14
comment How do you say “The 10 most spoken languages in the world” in Japanese?
I just loved the way you constructed the sentence block by block! You would make a great teacher (unless you already are lol)
Oct
5
answered What does it mean when と is at the end of a noun list
Oct
5
comment How do Japanese people read the pH (measure of acidity or basicity) of a solution?
Thanks! I actually just thought of an idea. I tried searching on youtube if there are any japanese chemistry teachers and actually found a video about ph. The teacher uses the english pronunciation ^^ youtube.com/watch?v=EApkgSl_BsE
Oct
5
accepted How do Japanese people read the pH (measure of acidity or basicity) of a solution?
Oct
4
revised How do Japanese people read the pH (measure of acidity or basicity) of a solution?
added 2 characters in body
Oct
4
accepted Help with this passage
Oct
4
asked How do Japanese people read the pH (measure of acidity or basicity) of a solution?
Oct
3
accepted Problems parsing this sentence (ような before comma)
Oct
3
comment Problems parsing this sentence (ような before comma)
why, exactly? It was a good answer.
Oct
3
awarded  Scholar
Oct
3
comment Problems parsing this sentence (ような before comma)
I figured it was a representation of spoken Japanese, I just wanted to make sure if it also had another interpretation. Thanks for your answer!
Oct
3
comment Problems parsing this sentence (ような before comma)
what happened to snailboat's answer?
Oct
2
comment Problems parsing this sentence (ような before comma)
Lol ok I'm still waiting for the explanation about the そんな =(
Oct
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asked Problems parsing this sentence (ような before comma)
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30
awarded  Editor
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30
revised Help with this passage
edited body
Sep
30
comment Help with this passage
well it doesn't contain たらと思います persay, but it does contain たらと思わずにはいられない、which, regardless of the use of the expression ずにはいられない, still contains the construction [conditional たら + quote particle + verb of imagining/thinking]. Or did I get it all wrong?
Sep
30
asked Help with this passage
Sep
17
comment Meaning of ようにできる
I'm pretty sure potential forms can take ている Ex: この作文よく書けていますね。