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Jun
30
comment What does とし mean in this sentence?
@dainichi: Comments are not for answers
Jun
28
comment What does だよなー mean?
だよなー sounds more feminine to me, so I don't know that equating it to "man" is a good idea since the emphatic "man" like that is mostly used by...well, men.
Jun
28
revised What does だよなー mean?
Cleaning up with quotation markdown. Removing the initial confusing, irrelevant, and possibly insulting opening line.
Jun
28
revised What does だよなー mean?
Using the quotation markdown to make this conversation easier to read
Jun
28
comment Translation of 人となり
@Chocolate: あっ、すみませんでした。OPの一読しただけでなんと紛らわしかった。
Jun
28
answered meaning of だけ in 分だけ
Jun
27
comment Difference between 移る, 引っ越す and 引っ越しする
And also 転居 .
Jun
27
answered Difference between 移る, 引っ越す and 引っ越しする
Jun
27
revised Difference between 移る, 引っ越す and 引っ越しする
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Jun
26
answered What is the use of the particle “の” and “ある方”?
Jun
26
answered Causative くれる and もらう
Jun
24
revised Are 短(い) and 身近(い・な) related?
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Jun
24
comment Are 短(い) and 身近(い・な) related?
@Billy: Except there are many words where does not 連濁 into , especially examples with or .
Jun
24
comment Are 短(い) and 身近(い・な) related?
@snailboat: Obviously I've seen it both ways which is why I asked.
Jun
24
asked Are 短(い) and 身近(い・な) related?
Jun
22
revised How is “しかい” used in this sentence?
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Jun
22
comment Kanji for Hirohito
What exactly are you asking...? Are you asking if the one you found () is correct, or if it is the correct one of many choices? I feel that this is too localized anyway.
Jun
21
comment Questions with 辞書形 and raising tone and 辞書形+の?
So your main question is "what's the difference"?
Jun
21
comment How does one use the “[V ます stem] に [Vタ]” pattern (as in 待ちに待った)?
Found this link in another question. It's definition 13 on that page.
Jun
21
comment Particle に to enumerate things?
One of the easiest examples of this is to describe the structure of kanji. 例:込 → しんにょう はいる、見 → め ひとあし、持 → てへん てら.