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revised Use of number+ counter as a noun
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Feb
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answered Difference between 「ことを伝えて」 and 「と伝えて」
Feb
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answered 相乗りの意味はなんですか。「賞品相乗り」「相乗りしたショップ」はなんですか?
Feb
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comment 相乗りの意味はなんですか。「賞品相乗り」「相乗りしたショップ」はなんですか?
「賞品」ではなく、「商品」とおっしゃりたいのでは?
Feb
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answered Use of number+ counter as a noun
Feb
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answered 持たせる meaning in this sentence
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revised How to say “Do you want to know?” in Japanese 尊敬語?
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answered How to say “Do you want to know?” in Japanese 尊敬語?
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answered How to say “am getting used to” something
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revised Japanese for Australian-style community colleges
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answered What does the following sentence say about field fires?
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answered Japanese for Australian-style community colleges
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comment Would you consider the で in 日本食で一番好きなのは・・・ to be the particle で or the -te form of だ?
It is an equivalent of 「の中で」, not an abbreviation of it.
Feb
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comment Is there something wrong with this sentence? 暑いから水を飲みました。
This is not a question of grammar to begin with. It is a question of word choice.
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revised What is the Japanese phrase to convey the meaning of “to declare attendance”?
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