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Jul
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
26
asked How do とは and に/された work in 「N700系とはどこが違う?N700Aに搭載された性能」
Mar
25
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Dec
26
accepted Is “クリスマスの休みだよ!” an appropriate expression?
Dec
24
asked Is “クリスマスの休みだよ!” an appropriate expression?
Nov
18
accepted What's a good word for “offer”, as in “…for offering us eternal life…”?
Nov
17
comment What's a good word for “offer”, as in “…for offering us eternal life…”?
It's for offeratory prayer.
Nov
17
comment What's a good word for “offer”, as in “…for offering us eternal life…”?
Thanks, istrasci! So if 与える is used, folks would understand that to mean "offer", instead of "give"? I just want to make sure somebody doesn't take it to mean that we don't have to ask Jesus for salvation.
Nov
17
comment What's a good word for “offer”, as in “…for offering us eternal life…”?
@rintaun I tried to use one here, but the Japanese translation would kind of get around using the word "offer" in verses that weren't related to sacrifices or such.
Nov
15
revised What's a good word for “offer”, as in “…for offering us eternal life…”?
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Nov
15
asked What's a good word for “offer”, as in “…for offering us eternal life…”?
Sep
27
accepted Is using 笑 to mean “lol” feminine or gender-neutral?
Sep
20
asked Is using 笑 to mean “lol” feminine or gender-neutral?
Aug
12
accepted Which is more natural: イエス様の救う恵み or 救うイエス様の恵み?
Aug
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asked Which is more natural: イエス様の救う恵み or 救うイエス様の恵み?
Jul
29
awarded  Commentator
Jul
29
comment How is て行く being used in すすんで行く and さいて行く?
I guess て来る is something that was continuing to happen before and that has already finished then? Is that the gist of て行く and て来る?
Jul
29
comment How is て行く being used in すすんで行く and さいて行く?
@Choko I'm just going by what I saw; I'm not sure whether it's right.
Jul
28
comment How is て行く being used in すすんで行く and さいて行く?
I'll take a look in a little bit. Thanks.
Jul
28
comment How is て行く being used in すすんで行く and さいて行く?
Either way. I'm mainly wondering about the grammar in general, but also a little bit about how it applies to these two words.