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comment Usage of 忘れる, 忘れた, 忘れている, 忘れていた
I am fairly certain that 忘れた is the best answer here, just from my intuition from hearing lots of japanese. I think you would be right if we were talking about a different verb, but 忘れる's conjugations take different meanings then what is normal since it is never an instantaneous event. So, as I say in my answer, 2 takes the meaning of 3 and 3 should not be used.
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comment Heaven in Japanese
From the article it looks like 天国 is primarily considered a Christian term.
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comment The difference between が and を with the potential form of a verb.
@Pacerier, they could also use ~ことができる if they wanted the emphasis on the phrase instead of the noun.
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comment The many ways to say “and” in Japanese
what about に as an "and" particle? Is it like と or や?
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asked Fun ways to learn japanese
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comment are the usage of うるさい to mean “fussy” and the usage of 草 to mean “substandard” archaic?
Does that example translate as "He is particular about his ramen, so he knows a good (ramen) shop"? Or maybe singular/plural of shop is ambiguous?
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asked 一応: Usage and meaning
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comment How to say, “try to __”, “have to __”
also ~ないとだめ, much like ~ないといけない
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comment How to say, “try to __”, “have to __”
Oh yeah. I remember now. Thanks.
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comment How to say “What's it to you?” in Japanese?
This is what popped into my mind when I read the question.