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Mar
19
accepted What does と mean all by itself here?
Mar
19
asked What does と mean all by itself here?
Mar
15
comment Why are Japanese vowels occasionally rhotacised in songs?
Ahh, sorry, I'm American (somewhat southern). I thought I included that, but obviously not.
Mar
15
asked Why are Japanese vowels occasionally rhotacised in songs?
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accepted What does シャリン mean here?
Mar
14
comment What does シャリン mean here?
While no one likes to be wrong, this is what I wanted to hear. :) I have seen random nouns/verbs written in katakana just for emphasis before, which is why I thought of that. My Japanese classes have never spent much time on onomatopoeia, so I had no idea of the grammatical implication of the と in combination with an onomatopoeia. I've always seen it as linking, quotative, or confusing, (hah). For the record, the subject is a person who just woke up somewhere strange.
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