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May
10
comment How to separate words in a Japanese sentence?
I've heard of this one and used it for a long time, I'm now using Perapera, it does the same things but I find it better : anyway, thanks for your advice :)
May
7
comment How to separate words in a Japanese sentence?
Thanks for the answer :) I happen to do coding too, so I can understand "tokenizer" notion, and that was an interesting reading, with good links too ! EDIT : and yes, of course vocabulary plays a major role in understanding a sentence, nothing new here :)
Apr
22
accepted Why are こんにちは and こんばんは used for greetings?
Apr
22
asked Why are こんにちは and こんばんは used for greetings?
Apr
11
accepted How to separate words in a Japanese sentence?
Apr
11
comment How to separate words in a Japanese sentence?
Thanks for the answer, I knew that the particles could help, except when they are sometimes part of the word before, but you also mentioned that ;)
Apr
11
comment How to separate words in a Japanese sentence?
Great answer, and thanks for the example, it really helps :)
Apr
11
awarded  Informed
Apr
11
asked How to separate words in a Japanese sentence?
Apr
11
comment Is there a way to differentiate て and って when transcribing speech?
@user1205935 it's not like it's hard to reach 15 points, but I agree that one should be able to upvote answers to his/her own question (but that's not the topic here, so I'll not say anything more) istrasci : no, I didn't mean it like this, I should really be more precise when asking questions or posting comments, please bear with me as I'm new here :)
Apr
10
awarded  Supporter
Apr
10
comment Is there a way to differentiate て and って when transcribing speech?
Yes I know about the upvote button, but indeed did not have enough reputation to vote. Now that I can upvote, I'll gladly do it for this answer ;)
Apr
9
comment Is there a way to differentiate て and って when transcribing speech?
I can't upvote your answer, but thanks, it was interesting :)
Apr
9
awarded  Scholar
Apr
9
accepted Is there a way to differentiate て and って when transcribing speech?
Apr
9
comment Is there a way to differentiate て and って when transcribing speech?
My question seemed to be not clear enough, I was asking if they sound different but also if some general rules exist to be able to easily tell them apart. Seems like it is the former
Apr
9
comment Is there a way to differentiate て and って when transcribing speech?
Thanks for this interesting answer, so it's really something that we are able to hear out of practice ; that "rythm" being pretty fast for a non-native japanese and/or beginner, it can be hard to tell them apart, but it do exists :)
Apr
8
awarded  Student
Apr
8
asked Is there a way to differentiate て and って when transcribing speech?