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Oct
27
reviewed Approve しな at the end of a sentence
Oct
27
revised しな at the end of a sentence
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Oct
27
revised しな at the end of a sentence
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Oct
27
comment しな at the end of a sentence
Do you think you could ask your ~てくれ question separately? We'd like to keep things to one question per question here on Stack Exchange.
Oct
27
comment Why is Austin spelled with an オ?
@user7432 japanese.stackexchange.com/a/13098/1478
Oct
27
comment Is the negative form of 住む related to すみません (i.e. “I'm sorry”/“Excuse me”), and how is it used in actual conversation?
Here's how Samuel Martin explains すみません: "The verb すむ means 'comes to an end, terminates; settles'. From these basic meanings a number of others are extended, as when すみません is used to mean 'there is no end to [my rudeness or obligation] = excuse me; thank you'." (Martin 1975 p.546)
Oct
27
revised ~ようと… Japanese grammar
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Oct
27
revised expressing ~should do
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Oct
26
comment Why is Austin spelled with an オ?
@Sjiveru British accent, not American, I believe.
Oct
25
revised に Particle ambiguity
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Oct
25
revised How does one transcribe the romaji “ō”?
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Oct
25
revised How would one convey “get over it” in Japanese?
Fix furigana
Oct
25
reviewed Approve What's the difference between でしょうか and ですか at the end of a question?
Oct
25
reviewed Approve What does 相手 mean in 「素直な自分をぶつけられる相手」?
Oct
25
revised What does “声が出る” mean?
Formatting
Oct
24
comment Help me understand the grammar of this sentence: ~のこと~のこと、~なってもらえたかな
Notably, こと can't be a subject, so adding 〜のこと forces the listener to understand it as a nominative object (but here with nominative が replaced with も).
Oct
24
revised Understanding the kanji 相 as “government minister”…?
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Oct
24
reviewed Approve What's the difference between そうです and そうでしょう?
Oct
24
answered “訳す” is the best way to say “to translate”?
Oct
24
revised Difference between 闇 (yami) and 怨 (on)
Clarify based on OP's comment