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Feb
13
comment Appropriateness of the word 膣外射精 in average adult conversations?
i think できちゃった結婚 is most standard but i think I've heard できちゃったこん or できこん
Feb
13
comment い-Adjective declension apparent inconsistency when turning into a noun
@sawa, sorry if this is unwanted, but to correct your english: Ashame of me.= shame on me. (most natural)/ I'm ashamed to say...
Feb
13
comment Help on a specific usage of こそ
@paul, if it is not a trouble, could you provide translations for the examples you gave? thank you.
Feb
12
revised Slang definitions of ハゲ
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Feb
11
asked Slang definitions of ハゲ
Feb
11
revised Appropriateness of the word 膣外射精 in average adult conversations?
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Feb
11
asked Appropriateness of the word 膣外射精 in average adult conversations?
Feb
11
accepted Is その always or only occasionally a demonstrative adjective?
Feb
11
revised Understanding ありやな
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Feb
11
revised Understanding ありやな
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Feb
11
comment Understanding ありやな
sorry , i thought ありやな was related to ありえない, which i thought was related to 有り得る. if this あり (in the question) is unrelated to 有り, does it have another kanji origination?
Feb
11
asked Understanding ありやな
Feb
8
comment Is その always or only occasionally a demonstrative adjective?
thanks that helped my understanding
Feb
8
comment Evil twins and other tropes
to add two cents, ドッペルゲンガー is in wide enough usage to be the title of a good movie by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, where the ドッペルゲンガー was the evil version of the character. Also a famous song by Shiina Ringo : youtube.com/watch?v=ANKdvrBvfP0 i couldnt find a trailer but here is a clip / review youtube.com/watch?v=8a4C6IOqWDs
Feb
8
comment Is その always or only occasionally a demonstrative adjective?
regarding the quoted sentence exclusively, it is not clear that it is used anaphorically, no?
Feb
8
comment Is その always or only occasionally a demonstrative adjective?
I'm interested if 仕事の一部を誰かにやってもらったほうがいい can mean your first sentence. The 2nd sentence is natural and understandable.
Feb
7
asked Is その always or only occasionally a demonstrative adjective?
Feb
7
accepted Defining a particular 系
Feb
7
comment Defining a particular 系
thanks sawa i appreciate the specificity
Feb
7
comment Defining a particular 系
thanks! i guess "the lovable type" would be a good translation