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Jun
10
comment Is the word ハーフ derogatory?
Wow! That comment packed a lot of information in :)
Jun
9
asked What does とな mean (and how do I use it)?
Jun
9
comment Usage of たくさん vs. 多い
I don't think that's wrong. You can say たくさん悩みがある too. He seemed to be saying you can only use 多い (not たくさん) when measuring specific things. For example 50円多いですよ (It's 50 yen too much, you're 50 yen over). 50円たくさんですよ doesn't make sense, and 50円はたくさんですよ changes the meaning to something like "50 yen is enough/too much".
Jun
9
comment Rules for slang of Japanese numbers
Used a lot in phone numbers too. Sometimes you're allowed to choose the last 4 digits of a new number, but 8686 (はろはろ) is always gone.
Jun
9
answered Usage of たくさん vs. 多い
Jun
9
revised Use of the particle を to mean where something is going?
added a link
Jun
9
answered Use of the particle を to mean where something is going?
Jun
8
comment How to say “Hey hurry up! you'll be late!”?
I thought 遅刻する was intentional at first, but then I changed my mind. Now I'm wondering which is right.
Jun
8
revised How to say “Hey hurry up! you'll be late!”?
corrected a mistake, added info
Jun
8
revised How to say “Hey hurry up! you'll be late!”?
corrected a word
Jun
8
answered How to say “Hey hurry up! you'll be late!”?
Jun
8
revised とっても versus とても
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Jun
8
comment How did “little tsu” become a lengthener?
Nice explanation.
Jun
8
answered とっても versus とても
Jun
8
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Jun
7
comment How did “little tsu” become a lengthener?
Is できなつた the same as できるようになった? I wonder if they were supposed to change those bit つs, why are they still using them in current laws?
Jun
7
comment How did “little tsu” become a lengthener?
So before the Heisei, they used a big つ in written laws, then they switched to the same use of っ as everyone else?
Jun
7
revised How did “little tsu” become a lengthener?
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Jun
7
answered How did “little tsu” become a lengthener?
Jun
7
revised What exactly is “なの” (nano)?
Nicer formatting