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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.


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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Curious
Dec
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revised Is あれ? when used like “huh/what?” contracted from something?
wording;clarification
Dec
4
asked Is あれ? when used like “huh/what?” contracted from something?
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awarded  Yearling
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24
answered does the structure「(verb stem)がする」 exist?
Sep
24
comment does the structure「(verb stem)がする」 exist?
Can you post an example of 話しがする, 笑いがする, etc? I haven't seen these and didn't get good examples from the google search string, even with quotes
Aug
26
awarded  Enlightened
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26
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
24
revised What is 「何しに」 in 「YOUは何しに日本へ?」
added 157 characters in body
Aug
24
answered What is 「何しに」 in 「YOUは何しに日本へ?」
Jul
19
comment History of だ、です、 and である
cool - does this mean でござる/ございます was never involved in the history of the coupla except as a polite alternative?
Jul
17
comment Why are Japanese song lyrics often so seemingly ungrammatical?
FYI the song is by the band The Boom, and Rimi Natsukawa just covered it.
Jul
7
answered Why is 着 used for both “to wear” [着]{き}る and “to arrive” [着]{つ}く?
Jul
1
reviewed Excellent What's the most appropriate negative potential form for this situation?
Jul
1
reviewed Needs Improvement Help translating this japanese sentence please?
Jul
1
reviewed Needs Improvement What does 着 mean in 「六時着」 and in 「六着」?
Jul
1
reviewed Excellent What is the correct way to say 小さい『つ』?
Jul
1
reviewed Satisfactory What's the meaning of しない as in …するしない?
Jul
1
reviewed Needs Improvement Legal characters for first names include: hiragana, katakana, jinmeiyo and joyo kanji. What about latin letters?