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revised How to say “you may not [verb] here”?
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Feb
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comment What is the English equivalent of「ひとこと欄」?
How is said game played? ひとこと means "a/one word" and means "column".
Feb
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comment How to say “you may not [verb] here”?
@Chocolate: forgot to tag you in my previous comment so that you'd see it.
Feb
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comment How to say “you may not [verb] here”?
I was adding to my original answer, and I must have clicked "Update" a few seconds after you did. You can re-edit it if you wish. ごめん、ねっ!
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revised How to say “you may not [verb] here”?
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answered How to say “you may not [verb] here”?
Feb
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comment How can I say “counted in (specific unit)”?
Is an 大文字 acceptable in ヶ月?
Feb
7
comment Difference between ささぐ and ささげる
Possibly related: japanese.stackexchange.com/q/5506/78
Feb
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revised What's the difference between はずがない, わけがない, and しょうがない?
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Feb
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comment Can んだった and んじゃなかった be used like the past version of んだ and んじゃない?
Yes, this is correct.
Feb
6
comment What is the difference between 「食う」 and 「食べる」?
食らう is more like "wolf/chow down"; has a more rough or "violent" feeling to it. Because wolves.
Feb
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comment Verbs in application drop down lists
Are you sure "attack" is a verb here? You could use the noun for "attack", 攻撃. Maybe it would help if you gave more context for the list and/or the software itself.
Feb
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revised Parsing a specific sentence from a book
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Feb
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comment Parsing a specific sentence from a book
@dainichi: Oops, good catch.
Feb
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Feb
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comment Which personal pronouns and sentence ending particles would an old man use?
お主 = おしゅ, おぬし, or おあるじ?
Feb
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comment Which personal pronouns and sentence ending particles would an old man use?
Hmm, interesting.
Feb
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answered Which personal pronouns and sentence ending particles would an old man use?
Feb
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answered Parsing a specific sentence from a book