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Sep
27
comment Difference between 実は and 実に
This is the better answer.
Sep
24
comment Using が multiple times in one sentence
Oops, yes. I'll correct.
Sep
24
comment How do you say “What are the differences between car and motorcycle ”?
You can also put a second と after B.
Sep
21
comment How do you say “My skills in programming languages are Javascript, Zend framework, Yii framework, etc”?
@yu_ominae: I think I found some examples of that after I posted the comment. I stand corrected.
Sep
19
comment How do you say “My skills in programming languages are Javascript, Zend framework, Yii framework, etc”?
構築 indicates physical construction or building, so I don't think it would be used in relation to software development. Unless this is some set phrase or 専門用語 that I've never heard before.
Sep
19
comment How do you say “My skills in programming languages are Javascript, Zend framework, Yii framework, etc”?
Do you mean A, B, C, and D are different programming languages, or they are concepts of programming (OOP, AI, Web applications, etc.)?
Sep
14
comment How should I understand the use of particle に in the context of 受身形 and 自動詞 in these sentences?
Related: Passive-transitive-verb vs. Intransitive-verb (他動詞の受け身 vs. 自動詞).
Sep
10
comment How would a name be used as a non-restrictive appositive?
Related: How interchangeable are の/である/なる/たる when qualifying nouns?
Sep
9
comment Verb used for “being in a class”
Oh, I assumed you were texting a Japanese person. But yes, クラス is fine too.
Sep
9
comment Verb used for “being in a class”
Just so I'm clear, by "taking" do you mean "currently sitting in", or just "enrolled in"?
Aug
29
comment What is the implication when a girl refers to herself using “うち”? Is it meant to be more or less feminine? Neutral? Tomboyish?
I feel like this question is a duplicate, but if it is, I can't find it. Anyway, related: How should I select what first-person pronoun to use?
Aug
29
comment は/が with いる. When to use each of them
Related: What is the difference between “に” and “には”?
Aug
20
comment What is the difference between 夕立 and 朝立ち?
@ssb: I will give you all the upvotes if you post that as an answer.
Aug
19
comment [因果]{いん・が}: A bass-ackwards contraction?
-1: You didn't answer the question I asked. 熟語 formed from "opposites" is a different topic.
Aug
19
comment [因果]{いん・が}: A bass-ackwards contraction?
@AndrewGrimm: Definition.
Aug
13
comment [因果]{いん・が}: A bass-ackwards contraction?
@非回答者: This is just what I was taught at some point. But if it's not recognized as an actual abbreviation of 原因 and 結果, who decided to use these two words (instead of, say, 要因 and 効果)?
Aug
13
comment I do not understand the meaning of として in the sentence
Which として are you talking about? Both?
Aug
11
comment Ways to express prohibitions
"No smoking" is more commonly seen as just [禁煙]{きん・えん}.
Aug
8
comment Which is more natural: イエス様の救う恵み or 救うイエス様の恵み?
@Tim: I only find it in the Bible a handful of times (you can search it here), but in these passages it only means "protection", not "grace" or "saving". Although if you're not a Christian, the distinction between these words is probably not so clear-cut.
Aug
1
comment Does Kagekifu mean anything?
"Secret donation"?