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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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revised What does「英」really mean?
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answered What does「英」really mean?
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comment Verb classification of honorific/humble verbs
And ござる, today in the form ございます.
Jun
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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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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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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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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
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revised Why does 「でならない」 not mean “does not become”?
typo
Jun
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answered Difference between してください and なってください in this sentence
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
formatting
Jun
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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
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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
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revised あかひげ [赤髭] modern usage?
Typo
Jun
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revised Difference between 建てられた and 建てました?
Leftward movement is more theoretically sound because it can account for quantifier float
Jun
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comment How do I look up this kanji?
Still, sawa's romanization is logical, and the same or similar schemes are used by a number of linguists. I don't think anyone in a position to be helped by this answer would be confused by it. In any case, when editing other people's posts, the most important rule is to respect the intent of the author, so in this case we should leave it as it is.
Jun
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comment あかひげ [赤髭] modern usage?
アカヒゲ can refer to a type of cute bird: suntory.co.jp/eco/birds/encyclopedia/72.html