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Mar
14
comment Dative subjects
I've requested it through interlibrary loan, so if I get a copy I'll post them here.
Mar
14
comment Dative subjects
Are "私には耐えられない" and "私にはやって行けない" meant as questions or statements?
Mar
13
asked Dative subjects
Feb
28
comment What's the difference between 成人 and 大人?
Easier to see when you add 未成人 to the mix; "not 成人" means a "minor" in legal terms
Feb
28
comment Irregularity of あ-series in demonstratives
@dono-Would you please point me to the Old Japanese corpus?
Jan
26
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Dec
1
comment The different ways of producing nouns
If you want to learn productive affixes like 主義, "How to Sound Intellegent in Japanese" has got everything you need: amazon.com/How-Sound-Intelligent-Japanese-Vocabulary/dp/…
Oct
7
comment two levels for teiru and rare
Alright, I see that they are all typos. However, I have been told that double -rare- is legal (taberareteirareru, but never taberareteirareteiru). Does this mean that there is no emphatic version, either?
Oct
4
comment two levels for teiru and rare
All of the hits contain the sequence. Did you search and see what I'm talking about?
Oct
4
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Oct
4
comment two levels for teiru and rare
@sawa- I've created a small corpus with all of the usage examples I've found for it. Are you saying that every one of them are typos? Can you give a good usage example for it? Search google for "られてられて" 93,600,000 results. Search for "てられてられ", 36 results.
Oct
4
revised two levels for teiru and rare
added 434 characters in body; edited tags
Oct
4
revised two levels for teiru and rare
added 10 characters in body
Oct
4
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Jun
14
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Jun
11
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Jun
10
comment Does anyone have advice on how to get over/through/around the intermediate language plateau? (Self-learner)
@solarmist Yeah, reading them straight through is just fine. They've got a wide variety of example sentences to learn interesting things from; also, there's that phenomenon where the same day you study something you hear it like three times.
Jun
10
comment Katakana changes
"Si" already exists as スィ.
Jun
7
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Jun
1
revised 外来語 (gairaigo) replaced by Japanese word?
spelling fix