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Jun
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comment Are there cases when two or more particles will occur next to each other without intervening lexical words?
Adding examples really helps out. A couple things though: (1) I had trouble linking the second set of examples with the description paragraph because I was trying to figure out how linking particles caused the other particles to disappear. Maybe an invalid example would help. (2) I originally didn't think that the third set of examples matched the description because I was so focused on 俺に ("that's not a sentence-ending particle!") I completely missed the ぞ and な. A good example might help for contrast. (3) Finally, could you add a よ example to the second-to-last set (about the movie)?
Jun
27
revised Are there cases when two or more particles will occur next to each other without intervening lexical words?
Fixed the bold tags.
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Jun
23
comment What is the most natural way to refer to someone when you don't know their name and don't have a close relationship with them?
The question said "female staff member"...
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accepted What is the difference between the nominalizers こと and の?
Jun
21
comment If Vて+いる isn't a gerund, then what is it?
I've had a hard time distinguishing between when it's appropriate to use こと or の, but it's a bit off-topic for this question. Would you mind going into more detail?
Jun
21
asked What is the difference between the nominalizers こと and の?
Jun
21
revised Computer calculation: is there a better word than “オンザフライ” to say “on-the-fly”?
Poster probably intended to use bold, but since the markdown doesn't work well on Japanese, it came out as italics with stars.
Jun
21
suggested approved edit on Computer calculation: is there a better word than “オンザフライ” to say “on-the-fly”?
Jun
21
comment What are the origins of the 「こそあど」 demonstratives?
Ah! That must be where 彼(かれ)comes from as well.
Jun
20
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20
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20
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