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revised に満ちた and particles に が
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revised Is the verb necessary for this sentence to make sense?
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revised resources wiki excerpt
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revised Scope of negation with 〜したくない
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revised “scope” of は particle
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revised Meaning of にまでなる
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Mar
4
comment Difference between ざまに and ながら
I edited and reopened this question because, following the OP's edit, it no longer appeared to be a duplicate.
Mar
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revised Difference between ざまに and ながら
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revised Connecting phrases with the stem of masu-form
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revised What is “masu-stem + ざま”?
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revised What is “masu-stem + ざま”?
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comment What is the name for kanji that only have ON reading, but no KUN reading?
I think those readings can be considered more-or-less historical, and learners of Modern Japanese don't need to learn them.
Mar
4
comment How to say “I had a fight with” and “to be angry with each other”
In other words, we don't make people share their research effort because we want them to jump through hoops. It's not to be unfriendly, either. It's just because if we know the OP's current state of knowledge, we can provide better, more specific answers. That's why it'd be helpful for the OP to edit their post and tell us what they know.
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comment How to say “I had a fight with” and “to be angry with each other”
It would definitely be helpful to know the OP's current state of knowledge, though. For example, how does the OP know how to express 'to fight with someone' right now? There are multiple ways to express that in Japanese. An answer might say "Actually, that expression works for verbal altercations just as well", but they can't build on the OP's knowledge if we don't know what the OP's knowledge is.
Mar
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revised What to call the phenomenon where a rectangle is shown because a font is missing a glyph
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Mar
3
revised 面白かった Vs. 有名だった
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