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I'm a student of japanese who think japanese language is really interesting. I'm intending to go to Japan for studies, and hope I could improve my japanese until it.
My mother tounge is Portuguese, so I'm sorry if my english is not enough.
and I'm tryng my best to solve all my japanese language problems.
thanks for the people who are helping me here.
よろしくお願いします。


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comment Why do some people use 分からない, when they mean 知らない?
I think it's important the fact that we use "を" for 知る and "が" for わかる. this can mean that 知る is a kind of "ACTION of understanding" and わかる a "STATE of understanding" (知りたい: I want to know; 分かりたい: I want to understand). my teacher also said that sometimes when they say "知らない", they mean that they DON'T KNOW AND DON'T WANT TO KNOW (don't make a effort to know)! so we can say that 知らない in some cases is stronger than わからない.
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comment Difference of 「なんとかなる」 vs. 「だいじょうぶ」
can I say "大丈夫じゃないけど、なんとかなるよ。"? (It's not ok, but i'll manage it somehow)
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asked My friend said she says “やる時やる.” a lot. What's the translation to english?
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revised What does 「ハイきた。」 mean?
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