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I live in Tokyo and want to get more comfortable with Japanese.

I sometimes write in lang8 at http://lang-8.com/342891, please check it if you want to friend or correct me.

I'm mostly focusing on reading/grammar now. http://www.youtube.com/user/jlptn1?feature=mhee is my youtube channel where I used to stream my jlpt n1 kanji/vocab flashcard study time. I passed it but just barely, so I'm still interested in studying for it.


Nov
27
comment “To call” or “To receive a call”
Within context caller can be かけた人. Informally, 電話の人 and in some cases just general 'third-person' constructs like 先の人 also works. If formality is needed as you might expect it isn't short, but 電話主{でんわぬし}, 電話の主{ぬし}or 電話をくださった方 are also used in addition to your example.
Nov
26
comment Is this a slang, and possibly derogatory term, for “lesbian”?
That's funny. The translator should have looked it up, though at the same time I appreciate the logical humor in calling someone who brushed my affections off a 'candy thief'.
Nov
25
comment 入らない versus 入れない in a JLPT question
Glad it helped! Also, I'm saying that it should be いれない instead of はいれない.
Nov
25
awarded  Supporter
Nov
25
answered Shouldn't this も be が?
Nov
25
revised 入らない versus 入れない in a JLPT question
Add explanation for hairenai
Nov
25
answered 入らない versus 入れない in a JLPT question
Nov
25
awarded  Scholar
Nov
25
accepted あっけなく vs ものたりなく
Nov
24
awarded  Teacher
Nov
24
answered How to use 乗{の}り出{だ}す
Nov
23
awarded  Editor
Nov
23
revised あっけなく vs ものたりなく
move comma
Nov
23
comment あっけなく vs ものたりなく
Thanks. As I state A is the correct answer. Your logic seems to follow that, so is this a typo?
Nov
23
awarded  Student
Nov
23
asked あっけなく vs ものたりなく