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Mar
3
comment ある or 持つ, what's the difference?
I alternatively interpret 「持つ」as Hold contextually. 「ペンを持っている。」will be - I hold a pen with me(same meaning with I have a pen). 「持っていく」will be - Hold( the object) and come(same meaning with to bring).
Mar
3
comment How to translate this sentence about ebooks and reading habits?
@Earthliŋ In this case I admit I am. Now I understand that I did not take in account of the inferred subject.
Mar
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accepted How to translate this sentence about ebooks and reading habits?
Mar
2
comment How to translate this sentence about ebooks and reading habits?
@Earthliŋ The best answer I can give here is I don't really understand the sentence. I hope it is not too much to ask for a breakdown explanation.
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asked How to translate this sentence about ebooks and reading habits?
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accepted How to say “rough year” or “rough time”?
Jul
16
comment つもり - expectation. How to use?
So do this 私は 仕事を 止めない つもり です。 means "I intend to continue my work"?
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asked How to say “rough year” or “rough time”?
Mar
4
comment 〜くれて, what is the meaning and how do people use it?
@Chocolate ooo really? I thought it is past tense. So where to use くれて and when to use くれた?
Mar
3
comment 〜くれて, what is the meaning and how do people use it?
勉強になりました。’〜てくれて’げ教えてくれたありがとう:D
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accepted 〜くれて, what is the meaning and how do people use it?
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asked 〜くれて, what is the meaning and how do people use it?
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answered Why is the meaning of人一倍 opposite of what it seems to say?