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Sep
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answered How do you say “What are the differences between car and motorcycle ”?
Sep
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comment How can I say “very little” in Japanese
@Tim Yes, it is correct. However, when I asked my resident Japanese native speaker, they said it sounded awkward and unnecessary when saying "日本語はほんの少ししか知らない" Sometimes, language is more about common use and in this case, the way we use "just a little" doesn't have the same feeling to a Japanese speaker.
Sep
17
comment How can I say “very little” in Japanese
Just FYI. ほんの少し is correct, but apparently in the context of that example, I was told that ほんの wouldn't be used and isn't necessary.
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Sep
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comment How can I say “very little” in Japanese
You're right. Bad habit of mine. removed. However, はい、ちょこっとね is used to soften. This is according to my Japanese father-in-law. Also, He doesn't feel it's particularly effeminate.
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answered How can I say “very little” in Japanese
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answered Non-distinguished animal pairs in Japanese
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comment What are good sources for streaming Japanese language television?
It's related to Japanese learning, which I think keeps the spirit of the site... however, I agree, this should be a community Wiki. Make is a community wiki and the close votes will come off.
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