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reviewed Excellent What is the correct syntax for large numbers in kanji?
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comment How can I say “very little” in Japanese
@yu_ominae The OP wanted to say "I know...": try looking up 知る in a dictionary with examples - see what you find
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comment What does まわりであーだこーだ mean in this sentence?
So "To say various trivial things. To quibble." you mean "to make fuss, or noise about trivial things that are not really of any consequence"?
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comment What does まわりであーだこーだ mean in this sentence?
Hi, Perhaps you should give us your version of what is being said? In explaining the context you might work out the answer, we would not have second guess it ,and even you still don't get you might get more answers.
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comment How can I say “very little” in Japanese
@snailboat: Yes, that would make sense (thanks). The only places I recall seeing it written down are in dictionaries. 大辞林  gives「ほん‐の【本の」】」but Progressive uses hiragana. My answer is hiragana but I'll mention the root aswell.
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comment How can I say “very little” in Japanese
@Armstrongest: That view conflicts with the comment above. If you really want to say "just a little" as a opposed to "a little" (which the OP does) then ほんの少し seems correct. 大辞林 gives ほんの少ししかない as an example.
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comment How to translate “a detail-oriented person”?
I think it s a difficult one to say in English (do you still give priority to what is important?) but a different tack such saying you are thorough (徹底的) might work.
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comment How can I say “very little” in Japanese
@非回答者 I had not meant to suggest いくらか was equivalent. I thought "somewhat" was self explanatory. I'll remove it.
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revised How can I say “very little” in Japanese
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