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Oct
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accepted Distinction between “not everyone” and “no-one”
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revised Distinction between “not everyone” and “no-one”
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asked Distinction between “not everyone” and “no-one”
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Oct
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accepted How does one read AxB as in “A by B grid” in Japanese?
Oct
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accepted What does 何もいません mean?
Oct
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asked How does one read AxB as in “A by B grid” in Japanese?
Oct
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comment What does 何もいません mean?
Thanks, snailboat! Can you please explain why in the positive sentence you used the subject-marker ga, while in the negative sentence you omitted it?
Oct
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comment What does 何もいません mean?
So, in case of subject, が is omitted. I should say なにもいません。 instead of なにがもいません。 But in case of direction, に should be present. I should say どこにもいきませんでした。 instead of どこもいきませんでした。 Does this sound accurate?
Oct
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comment What does 何もいません mean?
Thanks, I didn't know that meaning of mo. I'll research further!
Oct
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asked What does 何もいません mean?
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accepted What's the short way to say “me too” and “me (n)either”?