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"Ack! Bar?" -Allahu

吾輩は猫である。名前はまだ無い。


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reviewed Close What is the difference between 借りる and 貸す
Aug
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reviewed Leave Open Dative subjects
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reviewed Close How to distinguish between passive and potential forms of the verb?
Aug
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comment Please help me understand this grammar: ようになるだけではなくて
I thought 'in order to be able to read the book' would be 本を読めるために and 本を読めるようになる would mean 'to acquire the ability to read the book'
Aug
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
29
comment What words are used for dolphin meat?
I mean what is your question here asking?
Aug
28
revised How 「えい」 should be pronounced in the words like 英語, 先生, etc?
added 11 characters in body
Aug
28
comment Different conventions for animal meat
Should include イルカ肉
Aug
28
comment What words are used for dolphin meat?
What is the question?
Aug
28
revised What exactly is 「だらし」?
edited tags
Aug
28
reviewed Leave Open Difference between 颜 and 顔
Aug
28
comment Dates, version strings, timestamps and numbers in Japanese. How are they formatted?
This question shouldn't be closed, I believe it falls under the "usage" part of "Japanese language and its usage".
Aug
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reviewed Leave Open Dates, version strings, timestamps and numbers in Japanese. How are they formatted?
Aug
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reviewed Leave Open Does subject marker が always have to be before the conjugated verb?
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reviewed Close What is the difference between とはいえ and と(は)いっても?
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reviewed Close Meaning of 〜関係の〜 in the phrase 鉄道関係の言葉
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reviewed Close Verb-てあった vs verb-てあります
Aug
28
reviewed Leave Open 一ヵ条: いちっかじょう? いちかじょう? いっかじょう?
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reviewed Leave Open Figuring out Aに助かりました
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comment Difference between verb types (verbal nouns, transitive & intransitive: eg 開始, 始める and 始まる)
I like this question because it is a good simple example of the three main verb types in Japanese, verbal nouns, transitive verbs and intransitive verbs. But I suspect this type of question about verbs has been asked before, just with a different verb triplet.