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Feb
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accepted What is the grammatical analysis of the sentence 「君を笑いに来た」?
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
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comment What is the grammatical analysis of the sentence 「君を笑いに来た」?
My particular focus is on 笑いに来た. I've never seen that explained before, and I'm curious on how that works, grammatically
Feb
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asked What is the grammatical analysis of the sentence 「君を笑いに来た」?
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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Nice Question
Jul
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asked Using the stem form of a verb like the て form, as in 燃えゆく or 飲みほして
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awarded  Curious
May
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asked What does it mean when この is in front of a personal pronoun?
May
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comment Are haiku typically “padded” when read aloud?
Interesting. Are there any recorded examples of this out there?
May
16
comment What are some different ways to use これから?
Thing is, it's not really a sentence, per se. Example: someone gets up after being knocked down "これからだ!" That's it
May
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asked What are some different ways to use これから?
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Jan
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accepted What are the different ways to use ように&如く?
Jan
18
comment What are the different ways to use ように&如く?
@ssb I know that both are used in comparisons, but nothing in my materials have told me about how they function, grammatically, or how widely they're used nowadays
Jan
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asked What are the different ways to use ように&如く?
Nov
26
comment What separates なき from なし?
Tokyo Nagoya, it likely doesn't, but it was the only one I could think of at the time And to snailboat, yes, Modern Japanese is my aim with the question(although Classical would also be interesting to know about)
Nov
26
asked What separates なき from なし?