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answered Dictionary form of verb to indicate progressive actions or actions in progress?
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revised Dictionary form of verb to indicate progressive actions or actions in progress?
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revised What does the idiom 揺らぎやすい女性 mean?
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Oct
22
revised I don't understand what のも means in this sentence
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Oct
21
revised To which part of speech belong 〜とはいえ and 〜というものの, and as what part of sentence are they usually used?
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Oct
20
revised Does ところを always mean the same thing as のに? What is the difference between ところへ and ところに?
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Oct
20
comment Does ところを always mean the same thing as のに? What is the difference between ところへ and ところに?
Possible duplicate of Particles following ところ (に, を, and で)
Oct
20
revised Aren't がる and たがる the same thing?
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Oct
20
comment When can “~たがる” not be used in a continuous tense?
Related: Aren't がる and たがる the same thing?.
Oct
16
asked “Irregular” 命令形 of some verbs
Oct
16
answered What does 「アップしています」 mean?
Oct
15
revised はず and べき - almost identical kotoba
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Oct
15
comment How to say “Nobody is perfect” in Japanese
You might add 一人も before いない for emphasis.
Oct
15
revised V(さ)せる when it doesn't indicate permission/compulsion
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Oct
14
reviewed Close are the godan verbs always followed by either a,e,i,o or u before a further suffix is added?
Oct
13
revised Is the 仮定形 used only to make the conditional?
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Oct
13
revised are the godan verbs always followed by either a,e,i,o or u before a further suffix is added?
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Oct
13
comment are the godan verbs always followed by either a,e,i,o or u before a further suffix is added?
I would say is more of "level" or "step" than "class", although this might be splitting hairs.
Oct
13
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Oct
11
revised Fun with synonyms - “to grab/catch/capture”
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