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comment When is it appropriate to use お疲れ様 (otsukaresama)?
Ah, I figured my morning comment might be weird. In this particular context, I had just finished a conference call where I was dialing in from the US communicating with coworkers in Japan. It was the end of the day for me, but the start of the work day for them, so I wasn't sure if it would be strange to say お疲れ様 when we were done.
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asked When is it appropriate to use お疲れ様 (otsukaresama)?
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asked How would I respectfully disagree with a superior?
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revised Why is the topic marker often used in negative statements (ではない, ~とは思わない)?
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revised When is it appropriate to refer to yourself by これ?
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comment how would a native ask the question “Where are you going later?”
Maybe they teach telepathy at that school...
Jun
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comment へ or に particle for 曲がる?
@Tsuyoshi Ito Maybe it's because my Japanese isn't as good, but the answers on the other two questions about the difference between へ and に seem awkward when trying to apply to 曲がる in an English explanation. Or at least, I don't understand when ~へ曲がる would be more appropriate than ~に曲がる.
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accepted How do I politely ask my boss for a moment of his time?
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asked How do I politely ask my boss for a moment of his time?