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Sep
6
comment 沈く or 沈む? “The rock will sink.”
Ah, didn't notice the link, thank you for your help!
Sep
6
comment 沈く or 沈む? “The rock will sink.”
Ah, you're right. I should have looked up the lyrics to the song... 星の雫 meaning "stardrop"....I found the lyrics on a different website. Haha, thanks a lot! :) I will be more wary from now on...those subs were hardcoded though, the ones I have I have to load externally, soft subs. Hopefully those files are good. ALSO! which dictionary did you use that let you know of that ancient verb? :) !
Dec
21
comment How do you use counters past 10?
Well GEEEE thaaaanks....you are so helpful ! :DDD HAHA
Dec
21
comment How do you use counters past 10?
Thank you for actually being kind and helpful. It's not that common on this forum.
Nov
21
comment Which forms of a verb do I need to memorize to distinguish ichidan from godan?
Hmmm it looks like the website has a few blanks on the chart. But when I printed it out a few months ago it was complete. That's odd.
Nov
21
comment Which forms of a verb do I need to memorize to distinguish ichidan from godan?
AHHH yes ! I was trying to Google it but could not find it ! That is the one. I printed it out but did not remember the website, thanks !
Nov
21
comment Which forms of a verb do I need to memorize to distinguish ichidan from godan?
Hmm I came across a list that mentions about 100 of these godan verbs ending in iru or eru
Nov
21
comment Which forms of a verb do I need to memorize to distinguish ichidan from godan?
Oh and yes you rewrote the question without changing the meaning. It came out better than mine too haha
Nov
21
comment Which forms of a verb do I need to memorize to distinguish ichidan from godan?
What I meant was that there are some Ichidan verbs which look like Godan, cause the end in "iru" or "eru". I was deliberating upon which two forms to memorize in order to remember if a verb ending in "iru" or "eru" is Godan or actually Ichidan. It seems that remembering "dictionary" form and "polite non-past" form are good enough for doing that. Sorry for being unclear ! :P