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Sep
24
revised Is accent position predictable for -i verbs in Osaka/Kansai?
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Sep
23
revised や in Kansai-ben when it is not だ
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Sep
23
revised ですよ in Kansai-ben
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Sep
23
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Sep
23
revised What is the difference between the negative forms -ず and -ぬ?
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Sep
23
suggested approved edit on What is the difference between the negative forms -ず and -ぬ?
Sep
23
reviewed Close Verb-てあった vs verb-てあります
Sep
23
reviewed Leave Open Why does “お侍ちゃん” sound funny?
Sep
23
reviewed Leave Open The etymology of the word バックシャン
Sep
23
reviewed Close Meaning of 〜関係の〜 in the phrase 鉄道関係の言葉
Sep
23
reviewed Leave Open Which writing system (hiragana, katakana, or kanji) should we use when writing out someone's name?
Sep
23
reviewed Close Different permutations of 気
Sep
23
revised In what way is the negative form of a verb an adjective?
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Sep
23
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Sep
23
comment Is accent position predictable for -i verbs in Osaka/Kansai?
@Teno: I don't understand what you mean by "the rule can be applied to the other regions"? I'm only talking about Kansai here.
Sep
23
reviewed Leave Open Conjugation of いけない or いける?
Sep
23
reviewed Leave Open Dative subjects
Sep
22
comment Is accent position predictable for -i verbs in Osaka/Kansai?
@Teno: Yes; I'm just talking about the Kansai dialect here.
Sep
22
comment Is accent position predictable for -i verbs in Osaka/Kansai?
@Teno: Well, they pattern as verbs and they end in -i, so it's as good a name as any. Japanese doesn't really have adjectives as a lexical class.
Sep
22
comment Repeating the vowel sound of the mora that precedes gemination in songs
Maybe "singing with a syllabic glottal stop[...]"? That would require devoicing the entire syllable, which would obviously mess up the melody.