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comment Use of the question mark and か
If you mean "female speakers tend to use [the particle] more", that's exactly what I wrote…
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comment How to ask whether a dish is pescetarian-friendly?
This falls into a cultural, more than linguistic, issue, but you are infinitely more likely to succeed in your request by using 肉にアレルギーがある… Dietary restrictions is one area of Japanese where subtlety does not pay. Source: been witness to that exchange countless times.
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comment How to say “X if Y”?
Not specific to your question, but you are making the common mistake of using pronouns (whether 1st or 2nd person) where they are not needed: both 'ぼく' and 'あなた' are completely superfluous in your example above.
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answered Is there a less formal way to say あなた?
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comment Why does this word have the registered trademark symbol ® on it?
Pretty sure this has nothing to do with the language (only with poor localisation efforts). Unless you have elements showing otherwise, I think this should be closed...
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