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comment What does “=” equals sign mean in Japanese news headlines?
@KentaroTomono I understand your point. It looks likes different headings in one line is a better theory though. Thanks for your try!
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comment What does “=” equals sign mean in Japanese news headlines?
Thanks I'm pretty sure I got this from your post.
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comment What does “=” equals sign mean in Japanese news headlines?
@3to5businessdays I got your point. I read news through websites, like yahoo.co.jp. As I understand when article for print is shown online it gets this separator. Does equals sign inside body works similar? I can across it too. Or do you think this question deserves a separate thread on site?
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comment How can I say “very little” in Japanese
Changed to your answer. I don't think there is objective correct answer here, so I guess the one that has most votes should be the best one, that's fair.
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comment When can どうも be used as 'hello'?
Doumo, Yang-san!
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comment When can どうも be used as 'hello'?
Perfect! This is the 'hidden nuance' I was looking for. Thanks!
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comment When can どうも be used as 'hello'?
So, basically, I can use it as 'hi' and to say sorry and there is no hidden meaning and nuance there, right?