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May
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asked Terms for Royalty
May
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comment What's the difference between 心, 念, and 意?
I don't agree with your definition of 悪意. Every place I've looked it up says "ill will" and "malice". I would say this is more of a passive aggression; an intent/desire for someone/thing else to be hurt, rather than for you to do something bad.
May
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revised What's the difference between 心, 念, and 意?
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May
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asked What's the difference between 心, 念, and 意?
May
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revised Questions with some usages of で
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May
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accepted What's the most appropriate negative potential form for this situation?
May
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comment What's the most appropriate negative potential form for this situation?
[[ Sometimes simplicity is better, in Japanese. ]] -- Yes you're right, but see my comment to @anonymousen below.
May
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comment What's the most appropriate negative potential form for this situation?
My question is not about how to get my point across. I'm asking specifically about those negative potential forms.
May
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revised What's the most appropriate negative potential form for this situation?
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May
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comment 上手(じょうず)vs。上手い(うまい)
Tangentially related: japanese.stackexchange.com/a/3092/78
May
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revised How to say “you may not [verb] here”?
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May
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answered What verb is in 覚­えてみたい?
May
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comment への対へ/に-Difference between への and へ/に
Does the への対へ/に of the title correspond to "への vs へ/に", or does it have something to do with the に対する you wrote about? Confusing...
May
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revised How to say “you may not [verb] here”?
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May
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revised What's the most appropriate negative potential form for this situation?
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May
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asked What's the most appropriate negative potential form for this situation?
May
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answered The differences between 速さ, 早さ, and 速度
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comment Can ご存じです function as a transitive verb?
Thanks, I was trying to find an eloquent way to answer this topic, but couldn't form anything coherent. This is what I was going for.
May
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revised Origin of ~なければ ならない
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May
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revised What does 相手 mean in 「素直な自分をぶつけられる相手」?
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