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reviewed Close Meaning of 資料共 in the context of web conferencing
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reviewed Leave Open Intentional hiragana transcription for foreign names
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reviewed No Action Needed What is the difference between 積もる 【つもる】 and 溜まる 【たまる】?
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comment Exact meaning and usage of 「またこんど」
see also: japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/9584
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comment Where does のみ come from?
related: japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/4444/…
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comment Whats the difference between ぜひ and もちろん
In case you're still having trouble, "今晩パーティへ行きますか? もちろんパーティへ行くよ。"="Are you going to the party tonight? Of course I'm going to the party." and "...ぜひパーティへ行くよ。"="...(I'd) love for you to come to the party." "ぜひ" might not be an exact match for the English "(I'd) love for you to (do)", but it's a polite way of encouraging someone to do something, as has been said previously in this thread :) I think "ぜひ" is also frequently used in a kind of "Make yourself at home (and do something)" way.