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accepted Proper Grass Radical Stroke Order
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asked Proper Grass Radical Stroke Order
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awarded  Inquisitive
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awarded  Curious
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revised Origin of the phrase ほんや(Not 本屋)
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23
comment 「春じゃもの」の「じゃもの」はどういう意味?
I could be mistaken about the meaning, that's what I thought I remembered. What is the grammatical もの?
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revised 「春じゃもの」の「じゃもの」はどういう意味?
edited title
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asked 「春じゃもの」の「じゃもの」はどういう意味?
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accepted 準備が出来ている-Meaning and Explanation
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15
asked Nano/Nanoka Meaning
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14
comment 準備が出来ている-Meaning and Explanation
Also, you said the potential form generally can't appear in the 〜ている form. Do you have a non-example?
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comment 準備が出来ている-Meaning and Explanation
How did both meanings come to be? Do you think it's likely that the second meaning gave way to the first? Also, why does ている give it that meaning? I thought できた as in Wenzel's answer would be more appropriate, I'm not really sure how ている lends itself to this meaning. I know that something can be completed, or has been completed-why is there a need for a third tense here?
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asked 準備が出来ている-Meaning and Explanation
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comment Development of なんか?
I forget what exactly my friend said- it was なんか followed by a noun. She was trying to say "Something like a-". There is more than one なんか?
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accepted 後で vs. 前に- Why not the same particle?
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revised 後で vs. 前に- Why not the same particle?
deleted 9 characters in body; edited title
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asked 後で vs. 前に- Why not the same particle?
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accepted Usage of どういう意味
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accepted どういう in Place of Other Question Words
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comment Development of なんか?
I know the use- I just don't know where it come from. I suppose the syntax label might have been misleading...