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awarded  Custodian
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reviewed Reviewed Air in Japanese
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comment Air in Japanese
Perhaps you could some example words and sentences to help highlight what you mean?
May
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asked What are the principles behind turning foreign language words into verbs?(e.g. ググる and サボる)
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asked What distinguishes 恩, 義務, 義理 and 人情 from each other?
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accepted 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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accepted What is the grammatical analysis of the sentence 「君を笑いに来た」?
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awarded  Yearling
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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
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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
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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
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asked What does it mean when この is in front of a personal pronoun?
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comment Are haiku typically “padded” when read aloud?
Interesting. Are there any recorded examples of this out there?
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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
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asked What are some different ways to use これから?
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