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awarded  Nice Question
Feb
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comment Is there a specific time to pronounce 日本, にほん/にっぽん?
Thank you kindly, that was a good explanation.
Feb
28
accepted Is there a specific time to pronounce 日本, にほん/にっぽん?
Feb
28
comment Is there a specific time to pronounce 日本, にほん/にっぽん?
I see, that's a lot less solid that what I was hoping for, guess it's a thing you'll just have to get used to.
Feb
28
asked Is there a specific time to pronounce 日本, にほん/にっぽん?
Feb
26
accepted You can use 「押し開ける」 to say “to push open”, but can you say 「押し閉める」 to mean “to push closed”?
Feb
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awarded  Teacher
Feb
26
comment You can use 「押し開ける」 to say “to push open”, but can you say 「押し閉める」 to mean “to push closed”?
Very interesting, I've never heard/realised this. Thanks.
Feb
25
comment What separates the different ways to ask a question in Japanese (何, どう, どんな, etc.)?
I don't entirely understand what you are asking, but 何 means what, どう means how and どんな means what kind of... What separates them more than the fact they mean different things?
Feb
25
comment You can use 「押し開ける」 to say “to push open”, but can you say 「押し閉める」 to mean “to push closed”?
Hmmm, interesting. Well at least I will understood if said.
Feb
24
revised You can use 「押し開ける」 to say “to push open”, but can you say 「押し閉める」 to mean “to push closed”?
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Feb
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revised You can use 「押し開ける」 to say “to push open”, but can you say 「押し閉める」 to mean “to push closed”?
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Feb
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asked You can use 「押し開ける」 to say “to push open”, but can you say 「押し閉める」 to mean “to push closed”?
Feb
24
comment In which situations do you use 拾う and in which do you use 拾い上げる
I see, interesting, thanks for clearing that up for me :)
Feb
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accepted In which situations do you use 拾う and in which do you use 拾い上げる
Feb
24
asked In which situations do you use 拾う and in which do you use 拾い上げる
Feb
23
revised What words/structures indicate an argument? (e.g. Therefore, as a result, there's strong reason to believe (x) , etc.)
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Feb
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answered What words/structures indicate an argument? (e.g. Therefore, as a result, there's strong reason to believe (x) , etc.)
Feb
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awarded  Informed
Feb
22
comment How to express duration of an activity?
Thanks istrasci, I've actually never been on this the yahoo dictionary, however it looks pretty useful.