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Jun
15
revised Use of に in 「私には本物の若殿様がわかります」
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Jun
15
comment Use of に in 「私には本物の若殿様がわかります」
This is my basic understanding as well. You'd need to use 私は若殿様の正体がわかります or a similar rephrase if you wanted 私は. That said, I haven't figured out how to really explain this well... it's a confusing area.
Jun
15
revised 文章の話題語の変化はどう解釈されていますか?
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Jun
15
comment “Understand that…” in Japanese
Did you mean to write を理解していました?
Jun
11
reviewed Approve Difference between 簡単{かんたん} and 易しい{やさしい}
Jun
11
reviewed Leave Open Are ミツバチ and イルカ more frequently written in katakana?
Jun
11
comment Are ミツバチ and イルカ more frequently written in katakana?
@Unknown The interesting part is the other way around. I don't think I've ever seen ミツバチ written in hiragana, while うさぎ is written in hiragana all the time for example. I guess it might just come down to the former being a less common animal to refer to in non-technical conversation...
Jun
11
revised Are ミツバチ and イルカ more frequently written in katakana?
Improve formatting.
Jun
11
comment Are ミツバチ and イルカ more frequently written in katakana?
Nice. This is an interesting question.
Jun
11
comment Are ミツバチ and イルカ more frequently written in katakana?
What're some of the other entries in the list? Also, is this list from somewhere that looks like it has been professional edited, or just some random blog post or something?
Jun
11
answered What is んでいます and why use it?
Jun
11
accepted Implicit topic switching
Jun
10
comment Implicit topic switching
@Unknown Thanks, fixed. No idea what handle, I just made up the examples. :)
Jun
10
revised Implicit topic switching
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Jun
10
reviewed Leave Open Problems with some Japanese words
Jun
10
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Jun
10
wiki created composition excerpt
Jun
10
comment Implicit topic switching
I can totally understand if this gets closed for being too subjective. That said, I often have composition questions like this, and I think they are probably of interest to many learners. I am curious how to properly formulate them for JLSE.
Jun
10
asked Implicit topic switching
Jun
10
comment What does the word 「やり」mean?
While やがる sounds really rough in Japanese, I don't think it sounds quite as bad as "fucking"... Could you imagine DBZ characters dropping f-bombs every sentence in the English dub?