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Dec
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reviewed Leave Open Interpreting させていただきます
Dec
2
revised Interpreting させていただきます
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Dec
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reviewed No Action Needed Does the 擬態語 word もやもや have a slang meaning of “horny?”
Dec
2
reviewed Looks OK Reading 九十九 as “tsukumo”
Dec
2
comment Reading 九十九 as “tsukumo”
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Dec
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awarded  Disciplined
Dec
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revised Interpreting させていただきます
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Nov
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comment Meaning of てはならない
Well, try looking at the meaning of the rest of the sentence. There's no special trickery here. You should try including this kind of information (i.e. the sentence as you understand it) in the question itself.
Nov
29
comment Meaning of てはならない
What part don't you understand? It seems pretty straightforward.
Nov
29
comment Is 「どこにいくのがよろしいですか」 a correct way to ask for directions?
It looks like the edits were for formatting only, and the sentence is as the poster wrote it.
Nov
28
revised 「高くはある」と「高い」の違い
edited title
Nov
28
comment 「君の声が聞こえなくて、逢えると信じる。」
What if there's context where like, two people are on the phone and someone's silence implies that they will be able to meet, so it becomes "because I can't hear your voice, I believe we will meet"?
Nov
28
comment Using 無理 to empathise
@IUnknown there aren't any other fixed expressions that I can think of at the moment, but it's certainly possible to empathize with someone and kind of agree that something is 無理, like if your friend's boss asked them to do a week's worth of work in 3 days you could call that 無理 as a form of empathy.
Nov
27
revised Using 無理 to empathise
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Nov
27
answered Using 無理 to empathise
Nov
27
comment What does 「~知ってください」 mean in The Blue Hearts' song リンダリンダ?
Not think. Definitely.
Nov
22
awarded  meaning
Nov
21
comment Help translating this paragraph: doubts about 「への」and「と共に」forms, and structure of a sentence beggining with 「これ」?
Good point - I didn't even realize the oddness of saying にの
Nov
21
answered Help translating this paragraph: doubts about 「への」and「と共に」forms, and structure of a sentence beggining with 「これ」?
Nov
18
reviewed Looks OK Difference between 試験{しけん} and テスト