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Currently at uni in Japan.


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comment Handwriting liberties
From the following context ブル跡 seems to make sense? A quick google search doesn't give any good results so it might have to be a made up word by the author though... Check my edit to my answer and see what you think :/
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comment Handwriting liberties
Does that make any sense in the context though...?
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まあまあ、人それぞれですよ!この方は少し、、、特殊な趣味を持ってらっしゃるようですけど、、笑
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answered Handwriting liberties
Apr
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answered Wanting Someone To Do Something (てほしい Structure)
Apr
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comment Please help me understand these sentences: それで? いつになれば俺のお嫁さんになってくれる?
で?いつなってくれるの?(///▽///)
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answered What does “ma i te na” mean in japanese?
Apr
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comment Appropriate context for お前【まえ】
Haha, you perfectly role-played the traditional Japanese husband...
Apr
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answered Some words I'm not understanding
Apr
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answered Kanji identification
Apr
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comment Usage of すみません (sumimasen) versus ごめんなさい (gomen'nasai)
This answer seems to imply that you wouldn't use すみません when you've "done something inappropriate", which is just not right :/
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comment Are there words which consist of katakana and hiragana letters together?
There's a whole bunch of slangy words which can often be seen written in a mix of katakana/hiragana. バレる、ググる、サボる etc., do these count? And yeah, what did you mean by しる?
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comment Meaning of “[気張]{きば}らずゆっくりやっていこうね”
If it's the ~ず grammar which is confusing you: japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/235/…
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