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Mar
10
comment Why are い-adjectives often used as nouns?
long waited, but a great answer. As for the Google results; I know, it's just the example I gave here, but the same trend holds for other searches (黒の猫 and 赤の花 for example).
Feb
27
comment Why are い-adjectives often used as nouns?
I got to that question when asking for an answer, but I failed to see how is it related?
Jan
16
comment Why is watermelon written in Hiragana, whereas melon is written in katakana?
@user1205935 at that - in hebrew potatoes are called "Tapuah Adama" (2 words) where "Tapuah" is apple and "adama" is earth. Just found it amusing.
Jan
9
comment How to say “items remaining from last meeting”?
According to weblio it does exist. (ejje.weblio.jp/content/%E6%AE%8B%E4%BB%B6) Also, I fail at making inline links
Dec
17
comment meaning of 名種設定?
yep, that's it.
Dec
17
comment meaning of 名種設定?
@cypher - How exactly is a question abot a word that is more then likely to be encountered in more then one application in Japanese, but still have no immidiate dictionary translation too localized? How can a question about a word in Japanese can even be too localized for a site that it's only goal is to answer questions about Japanese?
Nov
22
comment What's the difference between 捕らえる and 捕まえる?
Can you explain a bit about the use of J-J dictionaries? How did you understand from the definitions that there's more then one common kanji?
Nov
20
comment The meaning\reading of 急停止集団巣鴨?
Ohh I see. This makes perfect sense now. I guess being able to seperate the kanji into words like that in your mind is a matter of experience huh... Thank you!
Nov
19
comment Can someone explain the difference between の as a pronoun vs. の as a particle?
Thank you guys for the great edits. I'm still learning this system so stuff tend to look ugly ><.
Nov
17
comment Can someone explain the difference between の as a pronoun vs. の as a particle?
Yeah, it is. Will edit with translations (forgot them actually ><)