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comment Dictionary form (解ける) as potential form (解けられる)?
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comment Dictionary form (解ける) as potential form (解けられる)?
Related: "Unsolvable problem"
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comment Saying you'll do/have done something for a certain amount of time?
I feel that this isn't exactly a translation/proofreading question. The sentences are incidental, and the intention is not to ask for an ad-hoc check of the sentence or for a particular phrase. It's asking about the grammar required to express duration. Which is probably why the close vote threshold isn't reached yet.
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comment Saying you'll do/have done something for a certain amount of time?
The first four is slightly different from the last one. The difference is also reflected in English (use of "for" as opposed to "in")
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revised What does する means when it does not mean “do”?
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revised Which form is はじめまして?
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revised What is Japanese for the grammar term “verb base”?
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revised Help with a Japanese joke: the link between メダカ and 小学生
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comment Adjectives and particles が に
Related: が and に interchangeability and difference in meaning
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comment What does “俺も俺か” mean?
Perhaps you could supply the surrounding context for a more complete view of the situation.
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revised What does 斜めに流すこと mean?
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reviewed Looks OK What is the function of “o”?
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reviewed Looks OK Saying bye bye to others
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reviewed Leave Open Saying bye bye to others
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reviewed Leave Open What is the function of “o”?
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comment Comparison of 4 different ways to ask something
I think there might be a need to specify '?' as a general question marker, or if '?' necessarily includes the rising intonation that typically comes with asking a question.
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comment Comparison of 4 different ways to ask something
Would it be less odd if No.3 was 「~行こうか。」 instead of 「~行こう?」?