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answered What's the difference between 限界, 限り, 制限 and 限度
Jun
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answered ないでいますvsていません-Verb Continuity and Negation
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answered What are some translations for 後は無い?
May
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May
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answered What does こと mean between two nouns?
May
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comment How to playfully scold someone?
I'd say "お前結婚式には呼ぶっていってたじゃんよ、奥さんに昔の恥ずかしい話をしてやろうと思ってたのに。恥を知れ(笑)" would be "Dude, you said you'll invite me to your wedding [but you didn't!]. I was so going to tell your bride about all the stupid things you've done before you met her [but because you didn't invite me, I couldn't!] Shame on you!"
May
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answered Difference between words for road
May
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comment Slang metaphorical animal names used to describe people
Added rubi as you suggest.
May
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revised Slang metaphorical animal names used to describe people
Added rubi
May
27
answered 桜桜ーいざや and ゆかん meanings
May
27
comment What is this person saying?
Given the additional context user3538 provided, が does sound like it's alluding to his additional thoughts. Since I didn't have that context, given this sentence alone I assumed that が throws "and how about you?" in the air, which I think could have been equally legitimate.
May
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answered What is this person saying?
May
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answered Slang metaphorical animal names used to describe people
May
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answered Can we use 通る about 心地 or 気持ち?
May
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May
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answered Why censor this one kanji?
May
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comment Using 着 Classifier
着 as counter is only applicable to cloths, I think. If you are counting the total number of arrivals of something, you'd be using the counter appropriate for that something, as in 便 for airlines and 本 for buses/trains, etc.
May
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comment Using 着 Classifier
I'm afraid I don't understand what the English phrase "6 arrivals" means. Can you make an example sentence that's a bit longer?