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revised What are the origins of ヶ?
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comment When to use だ before と思います?
@Pacerier: You can "reply" to statements by saying things like 「だね。」 or 「だと思うな。」, which is all grammatically wrong but language is like that. I guess you could imagine a 「そう」 at the beginning of the sentence if you want to.
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comment Usage of ~じゃん (~じゃない)
I'd like to add that it's probably a contraction of 「じゃない」
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comment Grammatically correct expression similar to the {~って感じ} slang
I don't think って感じ is incorrect.
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comment Why is 「昨夜」 pronounced as 「ゆうべ」 {yuube} and 「今日」 as 「きょう」 {kyou}?
@Kef: Yes, the strictly official term would be 義訓 (using kanji for their meaning instead of their reading) but most normal people just call both ways 当て字.
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comment What is the Japanese word or phrase for “to post on the internet”?
I think I've personally seen 「うp」 more than 「アップ」. The latter just seems so... stiff.
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answered Why does “to tweet” something on Twitter becomes つぶやく?
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comment In modern usage how do Japanese natives regard the differences between 外人, 外国人 and 外人さん?
@Derek: It's because Chinese and Korean people are too close by the be considered completely 外人さん
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comment What does ~頂ければと思います mean? Why does such a construction happen?
Essentially 「〜て頂ければと思います」 is just one of the longer phrases here or something similar, except that the middle part has been left out. Leaving out parts of sentences is common.
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revised Why is 「昨夜」 pronounced as 「ゆうべ」 {yuube} and 「今日」 as 「きょう」 {kyou}?
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