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I find Kanji endlessly amusing. Learning them will never get boring, I think.


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asked Usage and meanings of 十分にある
Dec
7
asked Usage and meaning of 召す【めす】 in different contexts
Dec
4
asked How to say “to mutilate” in Japanese
Nov
25
asked 〜ず versus 〜ないで (and maybe also in the case of adjectives, 〜なくて)
Nov
18
asked How to order pizza or dinner on the phone
Nov
15
asked Are グラス and ガラス alternative spellings of the same word?
Nov
9
asked Kanji for におい - when do you use 匂い and when do you use 臭い?
Nov
5
asked Difference between 〜げ and 〜そう
May
14
answered What does それに伴い at the start of a sentence mean?
May
14
answered Come to ~: ~てくる vs. ~ようになる
May
14
answered Stative verbs: ~ている vs ~てある vs ~(ら)れる
Nov
30
answered When to use: “say”, “speak”, “tell” or “express”
Nov
21
answered Does そう imply vagueness in this JLPT question?
Nov
10
answered How do the two ideas in this sentence come together?
Nov
10
answered Does には in this sentence imply vagueness of the source?
Nov
8
answered What does あらいだす mean?
Nov
8
answered This instance of のに is opposite from my expectations
Nov
5
answered My friend said she says “やる時やる.” a lot. What's the translation to english?
Nov
4
answered How can a verb be in the beginning of a sentence when it is usually at the end? Ex. 折れた淡い翼。