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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Scholar
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comment Most appropriate word for 'food'
Awesome answer - thanks a lot!
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accepted Most appropriate word for 'food'
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awarded  Student
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asked Most appropriate word for 'food'
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comment Can “みたい” mean “want to see”?
The grammatical difference is one is a noun: みたい [with だ] while みたい (見たい) is a verb conjugated in the form to mean 'want/desire'
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answered The verbs of learning: 勉強する, 習う and 学ぶ
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awarded  Supporter
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comment Using すみません instead of ありがとう
Yes but there are different ways to be indebted to someone: via apology/you were lacking in skill or being thankful. すみません is better there.
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awarded  Teacher
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comment I am looking for an online Japanese dictionary with audio pronunciations
Also, I use google.com/translate and you can then listen to the reading. It is not very good quality, however. It is best to learn the basics of the kana and their readings.
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answered I am looking for an online Japanese dictionary with audio pronunciations
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answered Using すみません instead of ありがとう
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