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Jan
25
reviewed Reviewed What is the difference between 乗り場 and バス停?
Jan
25
comment What is the difference between 乗り場 and バス停?
@Tim Lately anyone's answers attract a -1.
Jan
25
answered What is the difference between 乗り場 and バス停?
Jan
23
comment What does the expression くそかわ mean?
You'd basically be looking for a word, which gets used the same way "damn(ed)" gets used, but isn't "damn(ed)". "f**king", "super", etc. work, but I don't think "devilishly" quite fits the bill. Maybe "as hell" as in "cute as hell"... Anyway, there's no need to translate it with the same metaphor.
Jan
23
revised What does the expression くそかわ mean?
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Jan
23
revised What does the expression くそかわ mean?
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Jan
23
comment What does the expression くそかわ mean?
I guess くそ deserves its own answer on this question.
Jan
23
revised What does the expression くそかわ mean?
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Jan
23
answered What does the expression くそかわ mean?
Jan
23
comment Meaning of あります in the following sentences
They are indeed just generic questions. Your textbook is asking "What is there at/in your school?" and is expecting a response like "There is football field at my school."
Jan
23
comment Meaning of あります in the following sentences
You say that あります means "to have", but none of your translations contain the verb "have".
Jan
23
reviewed Reviewed Meaning of あります in the following sentences
Jan
23
comment Meaning of あります in the following sentences
Can you give an example of a sentence with あります, where you understand what あります means?
Jan
22
comment Difference between intransitive and passive?
@virmaior But replacing "TV" by "car" doesn't really work either: "My car was broken down." wouldn't be interpreted as passive.
Jan
22
reviewed Close Difference between intransitive and passive?
Jan
22
reviewed Reviewed Does this sentence using も twice say that the speaker doesn't have 女子力?
Jan
20
reviewed Close I am looking for an online Japanese dictionary with audio pronunciations
Jan
18
answered What are the rules for verb bases(?)
Jan
18
comment What are the rules for verb bases(?)
Then you have to explain what you mean when you ask "how"?
Jan
18
answered Are both of these sentences grammatically correct? (stem+に+行く vs て+行く)