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Jun
28
answered ないでいますvsていません-Verb Continuity and Negation
Jun
28
comment ないでいますvsていません-Verb Continuity and Negation
There is definitely a conceptual difference between the two, but I think English fails to pick up on it: "I haven't been doing X" vs. "I have been not doing X". The second just sounds like bad English.
Jun
27
reviewed Reviewed Difference between 忘れてた and 忘れちゃった
Jun
27
comment What does さすがお尻マイスター mean?
You asked: 美尻への道のり—田上様 with おしりマイスター中山.
Jun
27
comment Difference between 移る, 引っ越す and 引っ越しする
I just mentioned 移住, because 移住 is for example used for people moving from "mainland" Japan to Okinawa, which in English would probably still qualify as "moving" rather than emigration. Regarding 引っ越す and 引越しする, I hear 引越し often in the polite form 引越しされたんですか, which seems to be favoured over 引っ越されたんですか.
Jun
27
comment What does さすがお尻マイスター mean?
There are a number of Google results for "お尻マイスター", but after coming across an illustrated website about body fat reduction I'm not sure I want to find out...
Jun
27
comment Difference between 移る, 引っ越す and 引っ越しする
There is also 移住する.
Jun
26
reviewed Reviewed What is the use of the particle “の” and “ある方”?
Jun
26
comment What does さすがお尻マイスター mean?
Actually, マイスター is Meister in katakana. ;) (マスター does exist as well...)
Jun
26
reviewed Reviewed What does さすがお尻マイスター mean?
Jun
26
comment causative くれる and もらう
How about "I had the teacher let me participate" or "The teacher got me to make him participate"?
Jun
26
reviewed Reviewed causative くれる and もらう
Jun
25
reviewed Excellent What's the most appropriate negative potential form for this situation?
Jun
25
reviewed Excellent Why don't radicals have the same definition for all kanji?
Jun
25
reviewed Excellent Question about subject
Jun
25
reviewed Excellent Can ご存じです function as a transitive verb?
Jun
25
reviewed Excellent Legal characters for first names include: hiragana, katakana, jinmeiyo and joyo kanji. What about latin letters?
Jun
25
reviewed Excellent What's the meaning of しない as in …するしない?
Jun
25
reviewed Excellent Using 着 Classifier
Jun
25
reviewed Satisfactory Help translating this japanese sentence please?