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Jul
25
accepted difference between も and でも when used with the て-form
Jul
23
comment difference between も and でも when used with the て-form
to me, the translation sounds kind of like "i would go so far as to pay X yen for..."
Jul
23
accepted “scope” of は particle
Jul
22
revised difference between も and でも when used with the て-form
explicitly asked for the difference
Jul
22
comment “scope” of は particle
I'm surprised! I was leaning towards (1)!
Jul
22
asked difference between も and でも when used with the て-form
Jul
22
revised “scope” of は particle
edited body
Jul
22
asked “scope” of は particle
Jun
18
comment How does adding なる make this phrase more “natural”?
@Miguel Sawa's sentence "probably, they will become good pets" feels too strong to you? is that because it says "will" instead of "would"? but how do you say "would" in japanese? can you even??
Jun
17
accepted What is this や in 大きすぎや?
Jun
16
revised What is this や in 大きすぎや?
added 7 characters in body
Jun
16
asked What is this や in 大きすぎや?
Jun
15
comment Is it true that にしたって is the colloquial form of にしたところで?
@DerekSchaab can this たって thing be used in places other than after verbs? for example, can it be attached to い-adjectives?
Jun
5
accepted Is 「3人いるだと」 grammatical?
Jun
3
answered What do you say when giving something to somebody?
May
31
accepted understanding the grammar of “XをYに”
May
30
comment Is 「3人いるだと」 grammatical?
i assume, since it's published, that it's a reasonably grammatical thing to say... i'm just wondering why. it sounds like the reason might be because it's a special sentence-ending particle?
May
30
asked Is 「3人いるだと」 grammatical?
May
30
asked understanding the grammar of “XをYに”
May
7
accepted <te form> + っと (conditional particle)