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Aug
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revised 呼んでいたのが and 呼んでいるのが which is right?
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Aug
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comment Business Japanese: what's the proper way to say “please visit [this URL]”?
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Aug
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comment Must a relative clause with な adjective be ended with な rather than だ?
+1, but I want to point out that this answer assumes that na-adjectives are a type of noun. That's fine, but it's not something everyone believes, so I want to point it out explicitly in case anyone is confused.
Aug
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revised What does に do in this sentence?
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revised What does に do in this sentence?
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reviewed Approve 呼んでいたのが and 呼んでいるのが which is right?
Aug
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revised Meaning of the different elements of this sentence
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Aug
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revised What dialects change ます into やす?
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Aug
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revised The grammar of “虎から食べられた” and “虎に食べられた”?
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Aug
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revised learning order for kana?
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Aug
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revised Need help understanding causative and passive form
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Aug
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revised Having trouble understanding this sentence
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Aug
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revised What does ば do in this sentence?
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Aug
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revised What is the meaning of 「こわあてかなわんで」?
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Aug
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revised Can を be used when asking for how many of an object?
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revised Why does this sentence use と here?
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comment why translate to「周囲の林が暗くなっている」?
@Chronopolis Maybe you could post a spin-off question about 暗くなっている. By the way, there are four basic meanings to 〜ている, not just two: progressive (進行中), resultative (結果残存), habitual (習慣), and experiential (経験).
Aug
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answered Jlpt/n5q5: 弟は部屋◯掃除をしました。◯: の versus に option
Aug
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revised Difference between passive form and てある
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Aug
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revised conditionals: “…といったら、…” vs. “…というなら、…”?
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