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Jun
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comment When going somewhere, is there any difference between e (へ) and ni (に)?
I'm pretty sure not... But if you can find a grammar somewhere that says that then post it :)
Jun
1
comment What is the difference between 〜となる and 〜になる?
@makdad right, not always quotative. There's also "and".
Jun
1
comment What is the meaning of all those “w”s in email and SNSs?
And it can have kind of derisive...
Jun
1
answered What is the correct usage of 承知しました, 了解です and かしこまりました, the more formal forms of 分かる?
May
31
comment What is the difference between 〜となる and 〜になる?
@makdad- that's used for assumption. Say in a math text book when a problem is being set up or when you are role playing. Kind of similar to "let x be the complex conjugate of...", "let's say that..." or "assume...".
May
31
suggested approved edit on 外来語 (gairaigo) replaced by Japanese word?
May
31
comment List of Japanese counter words
羽 and 匹 can both be used
May
31
answered Chinese words in Japanese
May
31
comment What are good sources for streaming Japanese language television?
I'm actually glad this got closed after it was answered. Heh heh.
May
31
answered When do you use 下さい as opposed to ください
May
31
answered What is the difference between 〜となる and 〜になる?
May
31
answered Why were ゐ and ゑ eliminated?
May
31
answered Do machine transliteration websites exist?
May
31
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May
31
answered When going somewhere, is there any difference between e (へ) and ni (に)?
May
31
comment Particles: に vs. で
Edited to explain naku.
May
31
revised Particles: に vs. で
naku example; added 5 characters in body
May
31
reviewed Approve How should I select what first-person pronoun to use?
May
31
answered How should I select what first-person pronoun to use?
May
31
comment Particles: に vs. で
Linguists use theta roles, too, you know! :)