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comment What to say at the cash register in the convenience store
I thought I added a comment, but now it's gone, so I'm writing a new one. This covers pretty much what I wanted, so thank you for answer.
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comment What to say at the cash register in the convenience store
Related question clears a lot for me. Thanks Flaw-san!
Apr
15
comment Is answering with simple ない grammatically correct, when saying I physically don't possess some object
Thanks for the tip Chocolate-san, that sounds nicer and polite.
Apr
15
comment Is answering with simple ない grammatically correct, when saying I physically don't possess some object
Makes perfect sense guys. I just didn't seem to encounter first type of ない in my studies much, so I decided to double check.
Oct
29
comment しょう vs. しょ which is more often found in common words?
Wow etymology definitely gives an interesting explanation of so many しょう. Thanks alot!
Oct
28
comment しょう vs. しょ which is more often found in common words?
Thank you @Earthling so a number of kanjis with しょう is bigger. That is nice to know this kind of info.
Oct
28
comment しょう vs. しょ which is more often found in common words?
Okay guys, edited to be more like "yes or no" type of question.
Oct
27
comment しょう vs. しょ which is more often found in common words?
You got that right, Earthling!
Oct
5
comment Why do road signs have 止まれ, not 止まる, 止める or 止めて?
Hi. Interesting example about the taxi driver. I actually thought in English directions are transitive, since driver has control over the car. But yeah in Japanese it's intransitive. Never though about it.
Oct
5
comment Why do road signs have 止まれ, not 止まる, 止める or 止めて?
Wow, so 待て and 待って are actually to different things. Thanks, very helpful.
Sep
28
comment 始まる->始まり Is there a rule of making nouns from verbs (besides nominalization)?
That's a great answer! I think it covers about everything I wanted to know and even more. Cheers!
Sep
4
comment Function of の particle in the title 「進撃の巨人」
This "Attack's titan" is troubling me too. I vote this answer up since sometimes の is used in this weird reverse manner, not like in English. I don't know why. Sometimes first thing is like an adjective, if a teacher is female it's 女性の先生 "female's teacher" = "female teacher" = "teacher who is a female". So could it be "Advancing/attacking titan(s)"?
Aug
26
comment What is 「何しに」 in 「YOUは何しに日本へ?」
分かりました。どうもありがとう。
Aug
24
comment What is 「何しに」 in 「YOUは何しに日本へ?」
Got it ;) Thanks
Aug
24
comment What is 「何しに」 in 「YOUは何しに日本へ?」
Makes sense. Will 食べる turn in 食べるし or 食べし then?
Apr
25
comment Explain づき in the given sentence
This clears about everything that puzzled me. Many thanks! Very good explanation.
Mar
24
comment Why is 楽しみに!wrong?
Thanks Chocolateさん, now it makes it 100% clear!
Mar
23
comment Why is 楽しみに!wrong?
Thanks. That's quite interesting. But what makes 楽しみにしています different?
Mar
23
comment Why is 楽しみに!wrong?
At the end of anime episode they usually write 次回お楽しみに or つづく.
Mar
13
comment Difference between すべて and ぜんぶ
Thank you. I'll consider them interchangeable then.