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Jun
20
comment Why is using ば or と, to indicate a conditional, considered ungrammatical if the 2nd part expresses a will, wish, order or request?
Related: japanese.stackexchange.com/q/393/78
Jun
20
revised Why is using ば or と, to indicate a conditional, considered ungrammatical if the 2nd part expresses a will, wish, order or request?
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Jun
20
revised Why is using ば or と, to indicate a conditional, considered ungrammatical if the 2nd part expresses a will, wish, order or request?
〜ば form of くる is くれば, not これば
Jun
18
revised が and に interchangeability and difference in meaning
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Jun
18
comment Very confused about “には” in indicating relationships
Possible duplicate, certainly related: japanese.stackexchange.com/q/4440/78
Jun
18
comment What's the difference between 食品 and 食料
Why not add 食糧 to the mix?
Jun
17
answered How to distinguish between words with identical okurigana?
Jun
17
comment What's the difference between 売店 and 商店
So could a somewhat large 商店 contain one or more 売店? I'm thinking kind of like a "one-building mini mall", where the main store is either grocery and/or home furnishing, with several smaller, unrelated stores (cell phone carrier, independent bakery, etc.) near the front.
Jun
17
comment What is it called when someone is made poor from attending too many weddings?
If I have to travel more than 2 hours for your wedding, my attendance is the gift.
Jun
13
revised translation help: 天気を毎日おんなじにしちゃう
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Jun
13
revised translation help: 天気を毎日おんなじにしちゃう
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Jun
13
answered translation help: 天気を毎日おんなじにしちゃう
Jun
13
comment Meaning of どこの ( + noun)?
The たずねる in this context is more likely 訪ねる which is "to visit", instead of 尋ねる ("ask/inquire").
Jun
13
answered What's the difference between [上]{あ}がる and [上]{のぼ}る?
Jun
11
answered What is an equivalent phrase to the colloquial “I know, right!?”
Jun
10
comment What does にして mean in this sentence?
@Chocolate: There are three different lines on that page marked with a 1. どれですか?
Jun
8
comment Is 行ってみい a dialect form of 行ってみよ?
Yes, the ~い command form is very common in 大阪弁.
Jun
3
comment Proper usage of 四字熟語 in Japanese
I feel like this question borders on being too broad, though I won't vote to close it.
Jun
2
comment ~くなりました with ない
No one would ever think it meant "died tastily". @Earthling: If you left perishable food unrefrigerated, it could easily おいしくなくなる.
May
31
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