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Oct
7
comment Using double negative
It looks like you're asking whether these three adverbs are negative polarity items. I don't see any double negatives.
Oct
7
revised In “[Vます stem] + し+ [noun]” what does し mean?
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Oct
7
awarded  Investor
Oct
7
reviewed Leave Open What is a subsidiary verb?
Oct
7
revised “何を言っている __のか__ 、分からない” vs. “何を言っている __なのか__ 、分からない”
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Oct
7
revised Particles following ところ (に, を, and で)
If the rest of the question is in Japanese writing, we might as well use it in the title too
Oct
7
revised “何を言っている __のか__ 、分からない” vs. “何を言っている __なのか__ 、分からない”
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Oct
7
answered “何を言っている __のか__ 、分からない” vs. “何を言っている __なのか__ 、分からない”
Oct
7
comment How to write “yi” in katakana
I don't think "yi" ever existed in Japanese.
Oct
7
revised What is the meaning and application of ren'youkei?
added 2 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Oct
7
revised What is a subsidiary verb?
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Oct
7
answered What is a subsidiary verb?
Oct
6
comment Reason for 「のか」 and 「かもしれません」 in 「何を言っているのかわからないかもしれませんけど」
This answer seems mostly fine, but I'm not sure about the last paragraph. I don't think "poetic reasons" is the best explanation for けど without a following clause.
Oct
6
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is 〜ている really this subtle?
Oct
6
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the origin and usage of the word いい?
Oct
6
revised 「予定調和」 usage in casual speech
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Oct
6
comment 「予定調和」 usage in casual speech
Are you referring to sense 2 here? dictionary.goo.ne.jp/leaf/jn2/228010/m0u
Oct
5
comment Why is ホワイト spelled as it is?
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Oct
5
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Describing a woman with きれい vs. 美しい{うつくしい}?
Oct
4
comment Can't understand why “に” is used in “蚊に刺された” or what's the sense of this phrase
I would actually recommend a source like A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar to learn the basics of the passive construction rather than EDICT-based dictionaries or websites like JREF or Tae Kim.