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revised 昨週 - when is it used? (compared with 先週)
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Jul
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comment うちに spot the difference
In my opinion, the second case is best thought of as equivalent to the English "while" as well: While it is not (yet) dark, come back.
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asked Why would one use 当て字?
Dec
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comment “It's sweet, for sake”
@TokyoNagoya along those lines, we wouldn't say "It's sweet for sake" in English if we know sake is always sweet. We would say "It's sweet even for sake". I'm not sure what the Japanese equivalent of that would be.
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accepted How to say “Slice of life anime”?
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revised How to say “Slice of life anime”?
Corrected use of "English" where "Japanese" was probably intended.
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answered How to say “Slice of life anime”?
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