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revised Why does Japanese have two kinds of adjectives? (-i adjectives and -na adjectives)
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answered What is the difference in usage between a plural using (a) the kanji repetition character 々, (b) a plural using -たち, and (c) the singular?
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answered Except for pitch, what are the differences in pronunciation between Kansaiben and Tokyoben?
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comment Positioning of quantities (using counters)
@Tim: yes, it's definitely grammatically acceptable. I've gone through quite a few real texts trying to find some difference to put my finger on, and was surprised to realize that's actually a lot more common than I had assumed.
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comment Positioning of quantities (using counters)
@Troyen: Thanks. I'm glad to see people still remember me. :)