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Programming Student in FRC Japanese (native speaker)


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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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comment How are the giongo/gitaigo double form and tto form related (きらきら vs. きらっと)
先生が言ったことが間違っているのではなく、例外もあるんじゃないんでしょうか?もしかしたら、本当はキラキラはきらきらだけど、カタカナで書いたほうがキラキラしてるっ‌​ぽいからとか・・・
Jul
12
comment Usage of ~じゃん (~じゃない)
yeah but you use it when someone could do something that he was saying he couldn't, in english it's like "Well, you could do it!"
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comment 低い鼻 vs 短い鼻 and 高い鼻 vs 長い鼻 ?
well, it's 長い since Pinnochio was not a human first.
Jun
26
comment 「拝」から始まる謙譲語 — humble keigo starting with [hai]
well if I say 'I' then it's like I use it and it sounds like not everyone uses it... and I have no idea what was going on there so don't talk about it, and don't bring that subject to another question
Jun
26
comment What's the difference in the nuances that 呪縛【じゅばく】 and 呪い【のろい】 convey?
yes. 縛 means you are tightened so 呪縛 means you are tightened with a spell/curse
Jun
25
comment How are the giongo/gitaigo double form and tto form related (きらきら vs. きらっと)
私の学校の先生はそういいましたし、その先生は文法の先生でしたがね・・・  でも私はひらがなのパタパタはあまり見たことありませんよ
Jun
25
comment Usage of ~じゃん (~じゃない)
no problem! :) right! if you say the last word of the sentence upward that's going to be a question for almost everything.
Jun
25
comment Usage of ~じゃん (~じゃない)
thanks, ill change my profile :))
Jun
25
comment 低い鼻 vs 短い鼻 and 高い鼻 vs 長い鼻 ?
you dont use 短い and 長い for a person as the other said..
Jun
25
comment How are the giongo/gitaigo double form and tto form related (きらきら vs. きらっと)
それって擬声語ですよね?どきどきとか、聞こえるときもありますし、パタパタも鳥が羽ばたくときに聞こえるから擬声語だと思いましたが。
Jun
25
answered 「拝」から始まる謙譲語 — humble keigo starting with [hai]
Jun
25
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Jun
25
answered 低い鼻 vs 短い鼻 and 高い鼻 vs 長い鼻 ?
Jun
25
answered To not have: 持っていません or ありません?
Jun
25
comment Pronunciation and meaning of 
you mean ~ <- this? I'm not sure what you are talking about, but if that's it, then it's like friendly please. よ is more less friendly but still friendly.
Jun
25
answered What's the difference in the nuances that 呪縛【じゅばく】 and 呪い【のろい】 convey?
Jun
25
answered Usage of ~じゃん (~じゃない)