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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
awarded  Yearling
May
29
comment Are there any common grammatical errors made by native Japanese speakers?
@JesseGood: I thought it was just an implied (それ)なので, where それ is the entire previous sentence/paragraph that is being used as the reasoning, while being intentionally omitted.
May
29
comment Are there any common grammatical errors made by native Japanese speakers?
Why is なので at the beginning of a sentence incorrect?
May
29
revised Slang metaphorical animal names used to describe people
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May
29
comment How is リィ pronounced?
Wow, talk about not being awake in the morning! I just updated my answer to more factual information about myself.
May
29
revised How is リィ pronounced?
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May
28
answered How is リィ pronounced?
May
27
comment 桜桜ーいざや and ゆかん meanings
Topic on いざ: japanese.stackexchange.com/q/5024/78
May
27
comment What are the general principles of using verbs to modify nouns (e.g. 焦げるトースト/焦げたトースト)?
For additional meaning about a past-tense relative clause, see discussions here: japanese.stackexchange.com/q/3361/78
May
27
comment Slang metaphorical animal names used to describe people
Thanks! Don't know why I didn't think of 馬鹿.
May
23
asked Slang metaphorical animal names used to describe people
May
21
answered 逃げる vs 逃れる What's the nuance?
May
20
comment Habitual aspect
@summea: What?? @ Darius: I would translate the first as "I will (in the future) go to the movies every day."
May
20
comment Terms for Royalty
詳しい! I have some questions though. For 女王 you say "Queen (female King)" and 王妃 you say "Queen (King's wife)". 1) Does 王妃 imply that the king is still alive? 2) Can we infer anything about a king from 女王? Does 女王 imply that her husband the king died? Or maybe that there never was a husband/king at all? Or is it ambiguous?
May
20
accepted Terms for Royalty
May
20
revised Do we use odd day pronunciations outside of calendar ranges?
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