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Dec
21
comment Help to understand the ending verb “動かねーんじゃね”
thank you, that is exactly what I was looking for
Dec
21
comment Help to understand the ending verb “動かねーんじゃね”
thanks for the tip
Sep
20
comment Explain the meaning of という or と + いう?
Ok, but what connection does it have in the sentence? What verb or noun does すぐに modify? Does it modify という or では_DEWA + ありません_Verb?
Sep
20
comment What is the function of の particle after Conjunction?
thanks, thought it was something I didn't know.
Sep
18
comment Explain Noun + へ particle?
yes, it is a headline. I see now. Very interesting
Sep
18
comment Explain Noun + へ particle?
thanks, but where is the verb here? What I have is: 来年に(Adverb) + は(Particle) + テレフォニカ(Noun) + が(Particle) + 製品(Noun) + 投入(Noun) + へ(Particle). Do you mean that it is 投入 + へ that can be translated as "head toward"?
Sep
11
comment What forms of verbs (potential or passive) are more frequent in Japanese?
Thank you, I think that answers my question.
Sep
11
comment What forms of verbs (potential or passive) are more frequent in Japanese?
A human can tell which form is which, can the machine do it? So, the information about which form is more frequent is a good start. Later, the contex sensitive rules can be implemented as well, but everything has its limitations.
Aug
28
comment How to distinguish between passive and potential forms of the verb?
thanks a lot for the explanation. I think that besides に-ni particle we can also keep an eye on が-ga and を-wo positions in a sentence.