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Dec
21
comment Plural in ancient Japanese?
I asked him about that the day after I uploaded this, but no new information was given. Sorry I cannot give more information.
Dec
20
comment Plural in ancient Japanese?
I meant that there was no use to the singular conjugation (the same with person: it is like the only conjugation is for third person). So now it seems (and practically is) that there is no other conjugation. What I wanted to know is if there were some kind of other conjugations in ancient Japanese.
Dec
19
comment Plural in ancient Japanese?
I'm sure he meant the plural conjugation of verbs in comparison to English. The idea was that Japanese used to address other people using third person (plural?) only, which made plural and singular meaningless.
Dec
19
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Dec
19
asked Plural in ancient Japanese?