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May
11
answered The meaning of さすがにこれは同情する
May
11
revised The meaning of さすがにこれは同情する
Clarify dialogue/context.
May
10
comment How to say “my experience at place X”?
@miikaelf l'électeur is a native Japanese speaker, I don't think he has a source prepared.
May
7
comment Adverbs that can modify other adverbs / adverbials?
Regarding your parenthetical remark... why do you choose to interpret "adverb" to mean 副詞 instead of 連用修飾語? The word "adverb" in English is often used to mean any word that modifies a predicate, just like 連用修飾語.
May
6
awarded  Disciplined
May
5
comment あなたはすき vs あなたをすき
@user4092 I think an answer where you give examples of each would be awesome.
May
4
comment What does 「ときている」 mean?
@l'électeur I think it's nice to mention the closest meaning in the dictionary for the same reason it's nice to have etymology (i.e., as a way to organize things in your head). At least it's useful to me as a learner.
May
1
comment Grammatical name of the form used before -て, -たり, -た, -たら?
Fair point, but I don't really have a better explanation... :-(
Apr
30
revised Grammatical name of the form used before -て, -たり, -た, -たら?
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Apr
30
answered Grammatical name of the form used before -て, -たり, -た, -たら?
Apr
29
answered How would you structure a sentence to say “someday I will go to Japan”?
Apr
28
comment Use of は particle when talking about doing things on a certain day
Would you say that having は is more natural in the case of negative predicates? e.g.,「明日は学校に行かない。」. (There is also 「明日学校には行かない。」, but I think that sounds contrastive to me... maybe 「明日は学校には行かない。」 is the best. Confused :-)
Apr
28
reviewed Approve Use of は particle when talking about doing things on a certain day
Apr
28
revised Use of は particle when talking about doing things on a certain day
Add a Japanese translation
Apr
24
comment Is 「意味の分からなさ」 strange?
I'm pretty sure that that is right actually, since verbs in their potential forms work with -なさ (or so it seems to me, anyways), confirming that the necessary condition is stativeness.
Apr
24
comment What is 〜んだ and how is it used?
FWIW, 〜のだ is a bit hard to explain in totality due to all the different ways it can be used/interpreted. The 大辞林 entry is probably a reasonable place to start, though: kotobank.jp/word/%E3%81%AE%E3%81%A0-596938
Apr
23
comment Auxiliary verb ん
The relevant auxiliary: hello-school.net/haroajapa009010.htm
Apr
22
comment “Something came up” in Japanese
(I'm aware I'm nitpicking, but...) wouldn't 「てしまいまして」 be more appropriate for most business situations?
Apr
21
awarded  Necromancer
Apr
20
answered Why 'okane o haraimasu'?