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I study Japanese on and off in my spare time.


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Jun
15
comment are there any concrete rules for using いっぱい たくさん and よく?
Just out of curiosity, could 一杯 be used for expressing "full"ness of things that don't have physical volumes? (e.g. emotions and the like)
Jun
15
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
14
accepted How would one express an opinion from the perspective of an inclusive group?
Jun
14
accepted What exactly is 我, and how is it used?
Jun
14
accepted What does the nakaguro (・) between these two words mean?
Jun
13
asked What does the nakaguro (・) between these two words mean?
Jun
8
revised How would one express an opinion from the perspective of an inclusive group?
fixed typo & small rephrasal
Jun
8
asked How would one express an opinion from the perspective of an inclusive group?
Jun
7
asked What exactly is 我, and how is it used?
May
31
awarded  Yearling
Mar
26
revised Can だ ever be used in a question?
formatting
Mar
23
comment How to say two actions are the cause of a third?
Considering this point, you may also want to provide an answer to this question, as it is seems to be (at least some what) related and none of the answers provided seem adequate.
Feb
8
comment What is とは、のが、のは、には、 へは and では?
Don't forget 「-からは」! That one always throws me off...
Nov
9
comment What does 「つっぱしり」mean in this context?
@Flaw I'm still a little confused as to why the 連用形 form of 突っ走る was used (as opposed to the dictionary (or some other) form.) What specifically does the 連用形 of a verb preceding a noun (in this case a name) mean? Do you have any good resources on the subject? :)
Nov
9
awarded  Civic Duty
Nov
8
asked What does 「つっぱしり」mean in this context?
Nov
3
accepted Why does the narrator switch tenses here?
Nov
1
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
30
comment Why does the narrator switch tenses here?
@Louis I agree with you in that it should be フロプシー, but the book had it as プロプシー, so I just decided to transcribe it honestly. :)
Oct
29
asked Why does the narrator switch tenses here?