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Aug
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comment Uncertain about なにも
Thanks. I'm curious, is there a more correct way to denote pitch accent that you're aware of?
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asked Uncertain about なにも
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comment Is this translation correct? Or is it saying “Even with that, we can't do this” instead of “Without that, we can't do this”?
@Hideki Interesting. Thanks for the comment!
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answered Is this translation correct? Or is it saying “Even with that, we can't do this” instead of “Without that, we can't do this”?
Jul
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comment Expressing the concept of “instead”
Thank you very much.
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accepted Expressing the concept of “instead”
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asked Expressing the concept of “instead”
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comment New usage for the particle に
@choco I've learned of the 連用形 in the context of verbs and verbal adjectives but not with regard to na-adjectives. My understanding was that it could be used to create compound verbs, connect sentences in a way similar to the te-form, or stand alone as a noun. So, in a phrase like "食べ過ぎる", is 食べ still considered a verb that "verbally" modifies 過ぎる? Thanks
Jul
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comment New usage for the particle に
@l'électeur Very interesting. I'm by no means a competent speaker of Japanese and I only answered this question because I was pretty sure I understood the sentence. You don't by any chance know of any source where I could read about Japanese grammar from a Japanese point of view without imposing English convention (written in English)? I feel such a perspective would greatly aid my study. Thanks!
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answered New usage for the particle に
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accepted How does the addition of のか to the end of a sentence affect the meaning?
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asked How does the addition of のか to the end of a sentence affect the meaning?