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revised Dictionary form of verb to indicate progressive actions or actions in progress?
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revised What does the idiom 揺らぎやすい女性 mean?
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revised I don't understand what のも means in this sentence
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revised To which part of speech belong 〜とはいえ and 〜というものの, and as what part of sentence are they usually used?
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revised Does ところを always mean the same thing as のに? What is the difference between ところへ and ところに?
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revised Aren't がる and たがる the same thing?
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revised はず and べき - almost identical kotoba
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revised V(さ)せる when it doesn't indicate permission/compulsion
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revised Is the 仮定形 used only to make the conditional?
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revised are the godan verbs always followed by either a,e,i,o or u before a further suffix is added?
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revised Fun with synonyms - “to grab/catch/capture”
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revised What is the difference between “verb+て+みる” and “verb+(よ)う+とする”?
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revised What is the difference between “verb+て+みる” and “verb+(よ)う+とする”?
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revised Difference between おく and 中
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revised The many ways to say “and” in Japanese
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revised ダブルクォートと[鉤括弧]{かぎ・かっ・こ}の使い分けは?
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revised How to write “yi” in katakana
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revised Could someone tell me what if anything is wrong with these translations?
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revised Particles following ところ (に, を, and で)
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revised Is スポーツ a plural-only word?
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