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revised giving-and-receiving wiki excerpt
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revised How does 一目 work in this sentence?
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comment て versus combining-form for joining clauses
Recommended reading: socrates.berkeley.edu/~hasegawa/TE-Linkage/TE-linkage.html
Apr
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comment What is the difference between spellings しまう、仕舞う、終う、了う?
The subsidiary verb ~てしまう is at least fifty times more common than the independent verb しまう. Subsidiary verbs (補助動詞) are usually written in kana.
Apr
13
comment What is the difference between spellings しまう、仕舞う、終う、了う?
Google Japanese web n-gram counts: しまう 56405437  仕舞う 60190  終う 2896  了う 2329
Apr
12
comment Reading and significance of dakuten with kana for which it normally is not used
Can you give more context?
Apr
11
revised What is the function of と in verb-ていると form
Typo
Apr
11
revised Differences between “何度も or 何度でも” and 何回も?
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Apr
11
revised Differences between “何度も or 何度でも” and 何回も?
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Apr
9
revised Meaning of “生まれし”
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Apr
9
revised Analyzing 「だけど勝つのはいつも金太郎で、大きな体のクマでも金太郎にはかてません」
Add in furigana for parts the OP had in kana
Apr
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revised Meaning of “生まれし”
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Apr
8
revised Meaning of うりこぼる or うりこぶる - EDIT : AUDIO ADDED
incorporate marasai's audio file
Apr
8
revised Meaning of うりこぼる or うりこぶる - EDIT : AUDIO ADDED
Incorporate comments into question
Apr
8
comment Meaning of うりこぼる or うりこぶる - EDIT : AUDIO ADDED
@Eric I think the subs fans made for that show have lots of errors, actually.
Apr
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comment When is using “陳{の}べる” and “知{し}らせる” in place of “教{おし}える” ok?
のべる is a common word, but writing 述べる is thousands of times more common than writing 陳べる.
Apr
8
comment Can を be left out for this phrase 文句をつける?
Well, you can: 気つけろ気ぃつけろ気ィつけろ etc.
Apr
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Apr
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revised 誰も used in a positive sentence
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Apr
5
comment What is the subject for the following sentence 「ダメ、絶対に逃がさないんだから」?
は can't be a subject marker―it attaches to all sorts of other stuff :-)