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May
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comment Japanese construction verb+noun, how do I interpret it. I am confused!
to put this another way, the "noun" that comes at the end may play different roles... it may play the role of the verb's object, or the subject, etc. etc.
Feb
12
accepted When you combine adjectives with the て-form does it imply a relationship between them?
Feb
11
asked When you combine adjectives with the て-form does it imply a relationship between them?
Jan
15
comment Interpretation of て+もらえる
i don't have any particular insights about the band, but i would have thought he meant WITH the mask they won't know. i suppose it's possible that it was translated poorly from english into japanese.
Jan
15
revised Interpretation of て+もらえる
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Jan
15
comment Interpretation of て+もらえる
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Jan
15
revised Interpretation of て+もらえる
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Jan
15
revised Interpretation of て+もらえる
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Jan
15
asked Interpretation of て+もらえる
Jan
14
accepted What does 窓という窓 mean?
Jan
13
comment What does 窓という窓 mean?
@snailplane it's from the first book in the series, chapter 13, right after the quiddich match. i'm not sure if there are different translations out there or not.
Jan
13
asked What does 窓という窓 mean?
Dec
29
comment What form is 恐るる?
just ran into 恐るるに足らず in harry potter... thanks for saving me! lol
Dec
14
comment How do you write the sound “wu”?
watch this from 7:30 to 10:30 if you want to hear a million examples of words with v... youtube.com/…
Dec
14
comment How do you write the sound “wu”?
are you saying that ヴ is pronounced the same as ブ?
Dec
3
comment Translating: “一人でも多くの方にコメントしていただけたら嬉しいので ”
in this context, does でも work sort of like the ~て + も pattern ("even if") applied to the copula だ?
Dec
3
revised -たい words and a student's confusion
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Dec
3
answered -たい words and a student's confusion
Nov
30
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Nov
29
comment Simple Particle Question (よびます)
because "de" marks the place where the verb (invite) happens. the invitation doesn't happen at the party. it happens probably over the phone, or through the mail.