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Nov
26
comment Why is there a small ッ in 完ッ全?
By the way, I think the idiom is usually 閑古鳥が鳴く, not 閑古鳥が鳴る.
Nov
25
revised Why is there a small ッ in 完ッ全?
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Nov
25
reviewed Approve Why is there a small ッ in 完ッ全?
Nov
25
comment Why is に used in 若者が元気に溢れている?
I think it's a lot better now, after your edit and mirka's edit :-)
Nov
25
revised Postpositional or prepositional くらい
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Nov
25
comment Why is に used in 若者が元気に溢れている?
Could you edit the question to focus on the example at the end? Right now you're asking for a list of all the dozens of ways to use に, but for that you'd be better served by looking at a dictionary entry. A question about this particular example should be fine, though :-)
Nov
24
revised understanding the meaning of わけはない
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Nov
24
comment The meaning of 今なら嫉妬で100人は殺れますよ。
Where did this sentence come from?
Nov
24
revised The meaning of 今なら嫉妬で100人は殺れますよ。
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Nov
24
revised Relative and passive and how to parse sentences
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Nov
24
revised Why is 未来 read as あした?
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Nov
24
revised Need help with のが and のある in this sentence
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Nov
23
comment Is it possible to use causative sentences to say “not to do”?
Does this help? japanese.stackexchange.com/q/5929/1478
Nov
23
comment Questions about 「とは」and 「思わなんだ」
@George You asked two questions in one, and each is a duplicate but of a different question. 2) is answered by Ash's link. It means 思わなかった, not 思わないんだ.
Nov
23
comment たり vs. て for multiple adjectives
@seafood258 Maybe you could ask that as a separate question.
Nov
23
comment Is it possible to use causative sentences to say “not to do”?
I think it sounds okay. But we're focusing on the Japanese here, so I think the important thing here is to understand what Yasashii Eirian is trying to express. Eirian thinks 「彼は私に皿を洗わせませんでした」 expresses "He didn't make me wash the dishes", where the negation has scope over the causative, and wants to know how to express "He made me not wash the dishes", where the causative has scope over the negation.
Nov
23
comment What's the difference between あれ and 彼女?
Can you explain where you learned that あれ means 'she'? Perhaps you looked at a bilingual dictionary entry like this one?
Nov
23
revised Usage of 契り when meaning destiny/fate/karma
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Nov
23
revised Is it possible to use causative sentences to say “not to do”?
English "have" takes a bare infinitival complement
Nov
22
revised What is the function of both of the のか's in this sentence
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