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answered Can someone explain the logic of the grammar “とは限らない”
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accepted ですら・でも・さえ・だろう(と/が)。 Are there any differences?
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comment ですら・でも・さえ・だろう(と/が)。 Are there any differences?
@broccoliforest jgram.org/pages/viewOne.php?tagE=%28yo%29uga%2C%28yo%29uto That's where I got it from.
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asked ですら・でも・さえ・だろう(と/が)。 Are there any differences?
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comment I can't quite understand the meaning of 自分でも
Yeah this is what I expected, I'll toss it up to incomplete translations as to my misunderstanding. Thankyou! :)
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accepted I can't quite understand the meaning of 自分でも
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comment I can't quite understand the meaning of 自分でも
I added your question in @Tim
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comment I can't quite understand the meaning of 自分でも
From Anki. And yeah I know that it's not a request, I was thinking more like a verb and it's auxiliary information "Go for a run". Just a statement of action rather than an imperative. Still, it does sound wrong.
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comment Why do Japanese speakers have difficulty pronouncing “L”?
Why do westerners so often sound so awful when speaking Japanese? Because when learning another language, so many people try to learn that language as if it is a direct translation of their own. Sure the words are different and the grammar might be rearranged, but they think it's a direct equivalent. Japanese has fewer sounds than English, yet I've met almost fluent Japanese learners who do not bother imitating the sounds and just speak Japanese with English vowels. Can you imagine how hard it must be for a Japanese person to learn English sounds! There are sooo many more than in Japanese.
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asked I can't quite understand the meaning of 自分でも
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comment What is the difference between だらけ and ばかり
You guys are brilliant, I was just about to ask about that part of the video and you already picked it out. I think Maikeru is probably on the right track, though I say that purely on my own logic and have no way to prove it.
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accepted What is the difference between だらけ and ばかり