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comment what does this mean
@Silver - Can you find out where the person got it from? That context may help with the translation.
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comment Why these words, 「お読み」 and 「お使い」 do not use te-form in this sentence?
I'm curious as to why this answer was downvoted. If it's wrong, incorrect somewhere, or poorly written, then please explain why. In the meanwhile, I'll upvote.
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comment Is there a difference between きらい and がすきではありません?
I would say it's a difference of degree. It's the same difference as saying, I don't like fish. and I hate fish. respectively.
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comment Why do the Japanese use loanwords for words that have functional equivalents?
Interesting question, but please provide examples.
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