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Jun
10
revised Origin of -aru verbs: いらっしゃる、おっしゃる、くださる、なさる
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Jun
10
comment Origin of -aru verbs: いらっしゃる、おっしゃる、くださる、なさる
@DariusJahandarie I updated my answer now that I have more sources :-) I may come back to this later.
Jun
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revised Origin of -aru verbs: いらっしゃる、おっしゃる、くださる、なさる
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Jun
9
revised What does「英」really mean?
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revised What does「英」really mean?
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revised What does「英」really mean?
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revised What does「英」really mean?
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Jun
9
answered What does「英」really mean?
Jun
9
comment Verb classification of honorific/humble verbs
And ござる, today in the form ございます.
Jun
8
revised Difference between 書かないようになった and 書かなくなった?
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revised Difference between 書かないようになった and 書かなくなった?
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Jun
8
answered Difference between 書かないようになった and 書かなくなった?
Jun
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revised Difference between してください and なってください in this sentence
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Jun
8
comment When using もう and まだ does a negative verb always have to be in the (ている) present continuous form?
@Sjiveru Here's one description: ir.library.osaka-u.ac.jp/dspace/bitstream/11094/6499/1/…
Jun
8
revised Why does 「でならない」 not mean “does not become”?
typo
Jun
7
answered Difference between してください and なってください in this sentence
Jun
7
revised Difference between してください and なってください in this sentence
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Jun
6
revised 五年ぶり、ぶり返す、。。。What does ぶり mean?
The Phonology of Japanese is a book, not an article. We probably shouldn't link directly to pirated books
Jun
6
comment Difference between そうです、 ようです and らしいです.
The /dd/ → /tt/ geminate devoicing is common in loanwords that contain other voiced obstruents (the /b/ and initial /d/ in this case). Compare ベッド → ベット but not ヘッド → *ヘット. (See Nishimura 2003 Lyman's Law in Loanwords.) This is unrelated to your main question, though.
Jun
6
revised あかひげ [赤髭] modern usage?
Typo