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Mar
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Jan
8
comment Use of 方に In this sentence
From "the speaker seems be coerced into entering some kind of contest". I assumed he's saying this to whoever is forcing him to enter. But maybe I should have waited for more context...
Jan
8
answered Use of 方に In this sentence
Dec
15
comment confusion with location words
This one seems to be not a typo but deliberate: "You learn a set of syllables in each chapter. Once you’ve learned them, those syllables will be written in kana instead of with roman letters". Ew.
Nov
27
comment Meaning of せっかく
What happened before this line?
Nov
25
comment Difference between ずっと and いつも
Another way to look at it: いつも = いつ + , i.e. "when" + "any (time)", so "whenever" or "any time".
Nov
15
answered Are グラス and ガラス alternative spellings of the same word?
Oct
19
comment What's the meaning of ナーミンナイト in this song lyric?
I've listened to the episode and it seems to be just "Exciting night with Namin!".
Oct
18
revised What's the meaning of ナーミンナイト in this song lyric?
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Oct
18
answered What's the meaning of ナーミンナイト in this song lyric?
Oct
1
comment Difference between 「受{う}ける」 and 「もらう」
もらう can be used with things too: 友達からプレゼントをもらった.
Sep
29
answered Analysis of いい[加減]{か・げん}[目覚]{め・ざ}めなさい
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
23
comment How is “gomen” used?
I've also seen ごめんください used in a couple anime in a similar fashion (i.e. as a sort of "Hello, anyone home?"), and I think they were based in Tokyo.
Sep
13
comment 〜くはない vs 〜くない in adjective negations
@Dono: can you summarize it in an answer?
Sep
6
answered What does ホルモンの肉が好き mean in this passage?
Sep
3
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
3
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
26
answered What does 2-jigen or 3-jigen mean?
Aug
20
comment what nuance does calling oneself “ふつつかもの” have?
「不束者ですが、よろしくお願いします。」is the classic line used by the bride when agreeing to a marriage proposal.