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Feb
28
asked How many verb endings to express “do this (please)”?
Feb
27
accepted How do you express “did” + verb in Japanese?
Feb
27
comment How do you express “did” + verb in Japanese?
@Hyperworm: Then that should have been made clear. As opposed to beginning the response with feigning confusion and/or ignorance.
Feb
27
comment Does this と mean “and” or “with”?
@DaveMG and Sawa: Just a question for my clarification. If the sentence was to be: "friend has done X with friend Y.", wouldn't you need to have "Yと一緒に ... X" in the sentence as well?
Feb
27
comment Interpreting a specific Japanese sentence
@sawa and Flaw: ありがとう。
Feb
27
comment Interpreting a specific Japanese sentence
@Flaw: I take it's because これ is the "precious heartbeat" so the genitive phrase can go to either one. Interesting.
Feb
27
accepted What is the difference between あるまい and ありません?
Feb
27
comment Interpreting a specific Japanese sentence
Now that I've looked that up. I have question. Could it also be: ”これが私たちのprecious heartbeat(だ).”? Or did I change the sentence or make it ungrammatical?
Feb
27
comment Interpreting a specific Japanese sentence
Now I have to look up what the role of a genitive case particle is.
Feb
27
comment What does the うち in ならないうちに mean?
As a sidenote, I believe うち can mean: house, we/I, or inside.
Feb
26
comment Usage of なんて in this sentence
Maybe this particular question should be moved to Meta, but is my question to you really that different than the OP's original question? I don't say this to be snarky or rude, but I honestly see no difference between our questions.
Feb
26
comment Usage of なんて in this sentence
I thought the qeustions was: What is the usage of なんて in this sentence? Which Chocolate had no problem answering. Why is it so difficult for you two?
Feb
25
comment Usage of なんて in this sentence
Ok... so how is なんて being used in the sentence? What is its meaning?
Feb
24
comment Correct word for “indeed”
If まさか is acceptable, then wouldn't ばかな be as well?
Feb
23
comment Correct word for “indeed”
I thought 確かに was closer in meaning to: certainly or definitely.
Feb
23
comment How do you express “did” + verb in Japanese?
@yadokari, isn't that the same as dainichi's 4th example, but just in the polite form?
Feb
21
comment What is the difference between あるまい and ありません?
@Chocolate: What does おこう mean in your example sentence?
Feb
21
asked What is the difference between あるまい and ありません?
Feb
20
accepted Why does the g tends to sound more like a m or n?
Feb
20
revised How do you express “did” + verb in Japanese?
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