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revised Computer: 計算機 or 計算器?
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answered Computer: 計算機 or 計算器?
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revised Why is it お[腹]{なか}が[空]{す}いた but [腹]{はら}[減]{へ}った?
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revised ambiguity with すっと
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answered Why is it お[腹]{なか}が[空]{す}いた but [腹]{はら}[減]{へ}った?
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comment What to say when leaving the table before everybody else?
It can only be used when you are treated by the person there.
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answered ambiguity with すっと
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answered What are the “slots” in the Japanese agglutinative verb system?
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comment What to say when leaving the table before everybody else?
If you think that attending the table is part of the communication required for work, then it shouldn't be different form the appropriate usage you have in mind.
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comment What to say when leaving the table before everybody else?
Why do you think it is wrong?
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answered Trouble understanding this apology: 我々が…謝罪
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revised What is the subject of this sentence?
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comment What is the subject of this sentence?
@Tsuyoshi Ito The matter is controversial. But I see your point. To be more precise, 傷つけてしまう夜 may be an unaccusative subject (underlying object). But there is also a possibility that it is the predicate, with ある being a copula.
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revised What is the subject of this sentence?
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awarded  Teacher
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comment Arabic numbers: half-width or full-width?
Inserting spaces at the boundaries of Japanese and Alpha-numeric is a well established convention, and is often formally taught.
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revised What is the subject of this sentence?
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answered What is the subject of this sentence?