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Feb
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revised difference between “日欧米で株上昇” and “日米欧で株上昇”?
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Jan
31
reviewed Approve Use of 全部{ぜんぶ} in the following sentence
Jan
30
answered 大きじゃない vs 大きくない?
Jan
30
revised Differences between 「が」、「ても」、「のに」
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Jan
26
comment Meaning of, Transitive verb in “te form” + iru vs Intransitive verb in “te form” + iru
It looks like things were simplified considerably for your class. Although there's definitely a correspondence between lexical aspect and transitivity, they're actually two different things, and at some point it'll probably help you to learn what the difference is, if you'd like a more accurate description of how -te iru works.
Jan
26
revised Meaning of, Transitive verb in “te form” + iru vs Intransitive verb in “te form” + iru
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Jan
26
revised Scope of negation in 「カラオケはいちばんお金を使いません。」
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Jan
25
revised 興奮する to be excited or to get excited?
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Jan
24
comment Help with translation
Can you understand better now that 人る→入る and 通逆う→通う are fixed? If not, can you tell us what specifically you're having trouble with in this quote?
Jan
24
revised Help with translation
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Jan
24
revised Help with translation
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Jan
24
comment 「勉強{べんきょう}を続{つづ}ける」 vs.「勉強をやり続ける」
づ and ず are both romanized as zu most of the time (because romanization is usually intended to reflect pronunciation, not kana), but in some schemes づ is du, and a few people still write dzu.
Jan
22
revised What's the difference between こそ and さえ in 「忙しくて昼ごはんを食べる時間___ない」
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Jan
22
revised usage of ていた in 俺の一撃は、彼のもう一本の剣にギリギリで弾かれていた
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Jan
21
revised transitivity wiki description
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Jan
21
revised transitivity wiki excerpt
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Jan
21
revised What's the meaning of と in 「『・・・・・・』っていう文章だと良かった」?
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Jan
19
revised The difference between する and している with onomatopoeias
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Jan
19
comment Different kanji forms for “みる”
They list 回る【みる】/廻る【みる】. I've never seen that word before―it looks like it's archaic, so you can probably ignore it here and focus on 見る etc.
Jan
19
revised Pronunciation of す in です and the end of ます verbs
Some proofreading