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Oct
5
accepted Usage of「次第に」with the past tense
Oct
5
comment Usage of「次第に」with the past tense
Thank you very much, I'm glad I asked!
Oct
5
asked Usage of「次第に」with the past tense
Sep
30
comment Difference between 「なるベく」 and 「なるべき」
Thanks, I understand dainichi comment better now
Sep
30
accepted Difference between 「なるベく」 and 「なるべき」
Sep
30
comment Difference between 「なるベく」 and 「なるべき」
This is really clear. Thank you for your answer. I was led to believe なるべき was to be considered a single word too.
Sep
30
comment Difference between 「なるベく」 and 「なるべき」
I am led to believe those are not similar by the first comment and the second comment seems to indicate they are two forms of the same base, which makes them similar in at least one way. I do not have examples, I just remember hearing both and not being sure of how to interpret them.
Sep
30
asked Difference between 「なるベく」 and 「なるべき」
Sep
29
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
1
awarded  Benefactor
Aug
31
comment Usage of -ないことになる
Thanks, glad to have this cleared up. Will award ASAP.
Aug
31
accepted Usage of -ないことになる
Aug
30
awarded  Promoter
Aug
29
comment Usage of -ないことになる
I am not really looking for a translation. Any answer can set up a context for examples, my main issue is that I do not remember precisely if this is correct and common grammar and how to use it correctly.
Aug
28
revised Usage of -ないことになる
added 2 characters in body
Aug
28
asked Usage of -ないことになる
Aug
25
comment Can 「〜たら〜た。」structure mean “If I had~then I would have~”?
>お[姉]{ねえ}やん Isn't it お姉_さん_?
Aug
22
comment The many ways to say “and” in Japanese
@YOU: I agree with Muhd, I have also heard 「に」 being used but not so much being described in grammatical resources. Could you also talk about it?
Aug
21
accepted What is “Almost” in Japanese
Aug
20
asked What is “Almost” in Japanese