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An intermediate-level learner with an unhealthy fascination with kanji.

Strong dislike for all "One true way to learn Japanese" pronouncements.


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revised Meaning of 心が響いてくる
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comment Meaning of 心が響いてくる
Please keep comments both civil and on-topic, nothing in the comment thread here was worth keeping.
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revised Meaning of 心が響いてくる
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revised 私は猫が好き and 猫は私が好き
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revised Problems with は and が
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comment How should I select what first-person pronoun to use?
There are some issues here with these suggestions. うち can be used where an English-speaker might use a personal pronoun, but the meaning is significantly broader. It's not actually a personal pronoun per-se. It is certainly not "informal", and it is also not entirely "gender-free" (although that depends on context). Do you perhaps mean 'あたい'. おら sounds decidedly masculine and somewhat provincial.
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revised Is ~も really marking the word just prior to it?
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revised 電話する or 電話をする to form the verb
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answered 電話する or 電話をする to form the verb
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answered つもり - expectation. How to use?
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answered Translating an interview, stuck on one part
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answered How to say “person who is consistent” (in romaji) ? Is it a Japanese principle?
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revised What is a word for “participation” that resembles “kameseru”?
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revised How are the different pronunciations of kanji used, such as onyomi and kunyomi?
Trying to restructure the question to make it on-topic.
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comment How are the different pronunciations of kanji used, such as onyomi and kunyomi?
This question appeared originally to be off-topic as written because it is about methods of learning Japanese rather than the language itself. I've taken a crack at editing into something more on-topic.