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Feb
19
comment How do say “close to” re: location?
I haven't really seen that first option. Didn't know it was possible "に近い"
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Jun
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accepted Difference between 特別 and 特
Jun
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comment Difference between 特別 and 特
Hahahaha Thanks. Yes after consulting a Japanese friend, she explained that 特別に is more specific/exceptional. Which, I guess, makes sense given the 別 kanji. 特別 is like this one as opposed to all the others. where as 特 is just an emphasis, but is not necessarily exclusive.
Jun
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asked Difference between 特別 and 特
Feb
20
comment Relative clauses distinguishing whom/with which/that
Yeah you're right. I guess it just seems scary and ambiguous because my brain is doing so much processing of all the basics still - inferring the role on-the-fly seems impossible. But it just takes time :) Thanks again!
Feb
20
accepted Relative clauses distinguishing whom/with which/that
Feb
20
comment Relative clauses distinguishing whom/with which/that
Yes. My post was actually supposed to be asking about "with" and "in". That's what I meant by "linking words". Japanese completely drops the "で" when relativising, whereas english doesn't. Nevertheless, this is an awesome, awesome answer. So thanks!
Feb
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asked Relative clauses distinguishing whom/with which/that
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accepted The difference between 幸 and 運 as “luck” or “fortune”
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asked The difference between 幸 and 運 as “luck” or “fortune”
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