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comment How do you use “koto”?
I don't think ~たことがある should be translated with the past perfect tense. E.g. 彼の顔は見たことがあります should be more along the lines of I have seen his face (before/already). The past perfect tense seems to fit well for ~たことがあった, though.
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reviewed Reviewed Pronunciation of 九
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reviewed Reviewed How does the order of place and subject affect the meaning of a sentence using the verb iru
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revised What does it mean when a number is followed by こ
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reviewed Reviewed What does it mean when a number is followed by こ
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answered What does it mean when a number is followed by こ
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reviewed No Action Needed What does it mean when a number is followed by こ
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reviewed Close Function of ' のあるところで '
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reviewed Reviewed ”でもありやいい制度だ” Help with one line from manga translation
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reviewed Reviewed How to say “he/she knows”?
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comment How do you decide the alias of the radical for kanjis such as “字” and “旧”?
I'm afraid I don't see how this answers any part of the question.
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reviewed Close Did ある and いる once have kanji?
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reviewed Approve Why are katakana preferred over hiragana or kanji sometimes?
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reviewed Reviewed Could you repeat that please?
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reviewed Close How to find words you cant find in a dictionary? Help with translating Dragon Ball
Dec
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comment Why are し/ち transliterated as 'shi'/'chi', and not 'si'/'ti'?
@snailboat Interesting. How about スィ, which is si in Hepburn? Here shi doesn't work, I suppose.
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answered Why are し/ち transliterated as 'shi'/'chi', and not 'si'/'ti'?
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reviewed Approve Why are し/ち transliterated as 'shi'/'chi', and not 'si'/'ti'?
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reviewed Looks OK How do I spell “So! So! So! So! So!”?