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Dec
9
comment Are there ways to write Japanese fast (like shortening the words)?
So many of them are shortening the words (like smb.) What is "smb"?
Dec
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revised Using double negative
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Dec
5
revised Direct object or directional を
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Dec
5
revised What is the meaning/usage of いざ?
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Dec
4
revised Identifying items in a list
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Dec
2
comment What's the kanji for “appointed location”
What exactly to you mean by "appointed"? The kanji 当 usually means "this" or "that". For example, 試験当日 means the day of the test.
Dec
2
comment “Irregular” 命令形 of some verbs
If you included the comparison between やむ・とまる and やめる・とめる because you thought I was confused by them, I was not. I meant that I originally thought やめ! was the 命令形 of the 他動詞 やむ, just as 止まれ is the 命令形 of the 他動詞 止まる -- I didn't think やめ was the noun.
Dec
2
revised Atypical use of ~させます
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Dec
2
revised “Irregular” 命令形 of some verbs
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Dec
2
comment “Irregular” 命令形 of some verbs
ご回答、ありがとうございました。 Thank you for including やめ, but is it really an irregular case of やめろ, or is it just the normal 命令形 of やむ? I always thought it was the latter, like "Be stopped!" -- similar to how streets and traffic signs say 止まれ instead of 止めろ. Very interesting about the difference between 気をつけ and 気をつけろ.
Dec
2
revised “Irregular” 命令形 of some verbs
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Dec
1
comment What is the difference between 語{かた}る and 話{はな}す?
On this site, many users write for "OK", × for "NG", for "sometimes correct", and for "questionable". See this post on meta for details. It would probably be more helpful to edit your table to use these symbols -- I'd do it myself, but I'm not sure exactly what your :( is supposed to mean.
Nov
27
revised Meaning of せっかく
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Nov
26
revised Meaning of 〜たら in this sentence
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Nov
26
revised Is 「どこにいくのがよろしいですか」 a correct way to ask for directions?
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Nov
25
revised Difference between ずっと and いつも
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Nov
25
accepted Most correct “noun suffix” for “living in X” or “resident of X”?
Nov
25
comment Most correct “noun suffix” for “living in X” or “resident of X”?
@alexhatesmil: Why are you even on this site then? Just use Japanese however you want, and it will be correct.
Nov
24
comment Most correct “noun suffix” for “living in X” or “resident of X”?
Also, I feel like you didn't really read my question very well. I did not even use the word "common" at all. I acknowledged Xに住んでいる and Xです, but was looking specifically for something NOT those. Also, why are you assuming there will be a question? I didn't mention using this to answer a question at all.
Nov
24
revised Most correct “noun suffix” for “living in X” or “resident of X”?
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