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Mar
7
comment What is くん doing in these sentences?
@Chocolate: Yes, that what I meant.
Mar
7
comment What is くん doing in these sentences?
Why did you get downvoted? Your answer is basically the same as mine...
Mar
7
answered What is くん doing in these sentences?
Mar
7
revised What is くん doing in these sentences?
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Mar
7
comment When speaking with client, how to say “I will tell my coworker”
@Chocolate: そんなもんかなッ!何でかな〜。古いか堅すぎるかも知れへん。
Mar
5
comment When speaking with client, how to say “I will tell my coworker”
@Chocolate: Why?
Mar
5
comment When speaking with client, how to say “I will tell my coworker”
What about 告げ知らせる? That's what immediately came to my mind.
Mar
4
awarded  Informed
Mar
4
awarded  Analytical
Mar
4
comment What is the meaning of から here?
How does the 全力 come into play then? Like "Fell as hard as possible" or something?
Mar
4
comment Is there a Japanese phrase equivalent to “crisis of faith”
What about 信念の危機?
Mar
2
revised expressing casual potential for adjectives
added 3 characters in body
Mar
1
comment Combining two い-adjectives without using て
Yes, it usually behaves like one, but not in this case. Actually, I can't really explain this except to say that 直射日光の当たらない is modifying 涼しい所, not 直射日光の当たらない and 涼しい modifying .
Mar
1
comment Combining two い-adjectives without using て
あたらない is not an イ-adjective.
Mar
1
comment expressing casual potential for adjectives
You could also use 〜こと(は・が・も)ある.
Feb
28
comment ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​迷宮 vs 迷路​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
Yes about the games. If you Google for The Legend of Zelda, ゼルダの伝説 and either 迷路 or 迷宮, you will see many results for both words.
Feb
27
comment Why are い-adjectives often used as nouns?
It also talks about the noun form of イ-adjectives. I didn't mean it would necessarily help answer your question.
Feb
27
comment 「日本語で、送って」What are the contexts of this usage of “send”?
See lengthy discussion HERE for more information.
Feb
27
comment Why are い-adjectives often used as nouns?
Related: japanese.stackexchange.com/q/2288/78
Feb
26
comment what exactly does the suffix とはいえ mean?
I don't think it's the imperative. I think it's the stem of 言える, making it more along the lines of "You can say...".