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revised Difference between 回復【かいふく】, 修復【しゅうふく】, 復旧【ふっきゅう】 and 復興【ふっこう】
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revised In which terms, if any, is へつ used as an On-reading of the character 閉?
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revised difference between 計画を立てる and 計画をする?
Add furigana
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awarded  Sportsmanship
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revised What does “随分仲” mean in 「彼氏と随分仲が良い」?
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revised How emotionally loaded is 会いたい【あいたい】?
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revised Difference between 超える【こえる】 and 超す【こす】?
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comment Why in this example sentence there's no difference between ごとに and おきに?
@blutorange You can leave that as an answer, if you like.
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revised Difference between 超える【こえる】 and 超す【こす】?
They're written with the same kanji, so this question isn't really about a difference between two kanji
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revised “To the East/West/North/South are distinct [feature-rich] areas that fill the land”
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comment Explaining the word “すいません”
You'll hear other contractions of すみません too, like すんません, for instance.
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answered “To the East/West/North/South are distinct [feature-rich] areas that fill the land”
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comment Is there a site like DuoLingo that can teach me Japanese?
Isn't DuoLingo a site like DuoLingo that can teach you Japanese?
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comment English sentences/structures that are (more) amenable to machine-translation when translated to Japanese?
I'm not sure if this question as written is a good fit for Linguistics.SE, so I'm afraid I'm not going to migrate it. However, you can try asking it on Linguistics.SE if you think you can word it in a way the community there will accept.
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
20
comment Do you need to use の when using へ to modify a noun?
Related: japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/17738/…
Nov
19
revised I don't understand the meaning and “naran” in this sentence 早く日曜日にならんかな
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment What is the difference between 見える【みえる】/聞こえる【きこえる】 and 見られる【みられる】/聞ける【きける】?
Historically speaking, the same change happened to consonant-stem verbs, and the short potential forms we have now are a result of this change. Before that happened, the potential and passive forms were the same for consonant-stem verbs as well.