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Sep
21
revised Extracting from, and introducing to Universe of Discourse using は and が with こそあど-demonstratives
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Sep
21
comment Extracting from, and introducing to Universe of Discourse using は and が with こそあど-demonstratives
ah I get it now. I was taking "arbitrary direction" as shared information between the two parties. (Since they share a common environment).
Sep
21
asked Extracting from, and introducing to Universe of Discourse using は and が with こそあど-demonstratives
Sep
20
comment When is disjunctive-が appropriate in connecting sentences?
@ZarNge perhaps a new question? I think the comments section is not big enough to explain the differences in the above 4 you mentioned.
Sep
20
revised Why are there two versions of the kanji for 冷?
deleted 2 characters in body
Sep
20
comment Why are there two versions of the kanji for 冷?
@MathewD the 2 variations of 冷 is already very little compared to how different characters can be in different writing styles.
Sep
20
answered Why are there two versions of the kanji for 冷?
Sep
18
asked When is disjunctive-が appropriate in connecting sentences?
Sep
18
revised Can I use suffixes (な、ね、さ、わ…) before と思う?
added 23 characters in body
Sep
18
accepted Particle-が in restaurant's name. Genitive particle?
Sep
17
comment Particle-が in restaurant's name. Genitive particle?
So according to modern formation rules, it would be 星の岡 instead? And also is "starry hill" a good translation?
Sep
17
asked Particle-が in restaurant's name. Genitive particle?
Sep
8
comment Can と and を be interchanged with 思う the way I think they can?
I've only ever seen a と思う pattern in my studies. Not sure about を or other particles. I'll probably leave this one for more qualified people to answer.
Sep
5
revised Producing なる adjectives
Made question more specific
Sep
5
accepted Using に twice in the [Verb-連用形]に行く sentence pattern
Sep
4
comment Blue blistering barnacles, what is Captain Haddock saying?
+1 for rhythmic perspective
Sep
4
comment What exactly is おく doing in 聞いておく?
Well my understanding is that you get the information and "place" it in your memory, and leave it there.
Sep
4
asked Using に twice in the [Verb-連用形]に行く sentence pattern
Sep
4
asked Producing なる adjectives
Sep
1
comment Is it true that only movement verbs can take [V-stem]に to express a purpose?
@Pacerier those are just to help form a mental image of what に feels like.