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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered Need help with 際
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answered meaning of word + 上にて
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answered でさえ すら in the same sentence
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awarded  Revival
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answered If I heard correctly かけずほど当てにならない, then was it 書けずほど?
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answered What is the difference between に関しての and に関する?
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reviewed Leave Open What do you need kanatype sensitivity for?
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answered “Pour your heart out” in Japanese
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comment Noun+とばかりに mean?
Sure, but it will hinder the understanding of とばかりに, because a natural translation for this is so far removed from the original construct. 「デザートとばかりにケーキ類も全滅させた」→ wipe out all the cakes for dessert
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answered Noun+とばかりに mean?
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answered Attributive だろう
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answered Meaning of nounってとこ
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comment Understanding 「海外ではプロゲーマも人気職業の一つなの。」
As it stands, this is a list of seven good questions unrelated to each other. This makes it very hard for people to write and assess answers, nevermind find and reference them in the future. I think it would benefit everyone if you could post separate questions for each topic :)
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reviewed Leave Open What is the meaning of ドリフ in this sentence
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revised Trouble interpreting に思う in その武具に思うことはいっぱいあるみたい
added 9 characters in body
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answered Trouble interpreting に思う in その武具に思うことはいっぱいあるみたい
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comment Use of かける (N5 question)
@rhyaeris Yes, but only when used in a noun phrase (e.g. [something]を着た[somebody]). So you can say コートを着た背の高いのが私です to mean “The tall one wearing a coat is me”, but 私はコートを着た will mean “I wore a coat” and not “I'm wearing a coat”.
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comment Use of かける (N5 question)
@Derpius I agree, it is grammatical and totally makes sense in some situations, as is the case with choice #2.
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answered Meaning of 「〜のと〜ので」