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Aug
8
reviewed Reviewed Why is ha appropriate for te ha ikenai?
Aug
7
revised Why is ha appropriate for te ha ikenai?
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Jul
28
reviewed Reviewed When is 行く pronounced as いく, and when is it ゆく?
Jul
26
reviewed Reviewed 心は出血している - what exactly the Japanese idiom for it?
Jul
25
comment Are there differences between 自動車{じどうしゃ} and 車?
@Alenanno Dictionaries often provide a number of synonyms for an entry, but that doesn't mean that these synonyms are equal.
Jul
16
comment Usage of お[冷]{ひや} & お水
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Jul
15
comment About the conditional と
I'd go with カナリアの鳴き声がよく聞こえなくなったら、耳が遠くなったということだろう。
Jul
14
comment Usage of どういう意味
I only meant to improve on ”何とかはどういう意味?”. There is a question comparing 何 and どう here.
Jul
14
comment Usage of どういう意味
In spoken language, it's usually "◯ってどういう意味?"
Jul
14
comment How to say “I am unfortunately getting frustrated”
Both sentences you quoted use the same expression for "frustration". There's no "putting them together" as they are almost identical.
Jul
14
reviewed Close Why are Japanese song lyrics often so seemingly ungrammatical?
Jul
13
comment Meaning of け after a テ形 verb
Not just the い of 行く, but also of いる, for example.
Jul
13
comment Why are Japanese song lyrics often so seemingly ungrammatical?
I don't think it's weird. ウージの森であなたと出会い sounds like a polite rendering of ウージの森であなたと出会って
Jul
13
comment Why are Japanese song lyrics often so seemingly ungrammatical?
Are you aware that the 連用形 can be used as continuative form? So from the very first example: 風を呼び 嵐が来た = 風を呼んで 嵐が来た.
Jul
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on 「覚える」と「思い出す」の違い - what's the difference of oboeru and omoidasu?
Jul
13
reviewed Reviewed 「覚える」と「思い出す」の違い - what's the difference of oboeru and omoidasu?
Jul
12
comment Is there a Japanese word for “finding the pleasantest point of an interior”?
This is a great question. Just like visiting the place you read about in a travel journal, statements about foreign languages always sound so fascinating right up to the point when you actually understand the language.
Jul
12
reviewed Reviewed Is there a Japanese word for “finding the pleasantest point of an interior”?
Jul
12
reviewed Leave Open Kyary Pamyu Pamyu's song: Ninjari Bang Bang
Jul
12
revised About the conditional と
added 12 characters in body; edited tags