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comment What does っつの mean?
@yadokari: I imagine なんつって comes from なんかいって, since it's often used to mark speech without an exact wording. (In English, the best parallel is the slang expression, "He was like, '[statement]'.") The alternate use of なんつって to mean "Just kidding!" might be a masculine version of the somewhat feminine なんていっちゃって, which is shortened to なんちゃって.
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revised If Vて+いる isn't a gerund, then what is it?
Added furigana.
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revised What does っつの mean?
Added furigana.
Sep
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revised What is the difference between “に” and “には”?
Added furigana.
Sep
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revised When to use 欲しがる instead of 欲しい
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revised When is Vている the continuation of action and when is it the continuation of state?
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Sep
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revised Does this athlete intend to play in the street or for the street?
Fixed furigana for 語った.
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comment Is じゃないです equally correct as じゃありません?
@istrasci: Google. One trick is to put filetype:pdf into the query, which biases the results toward academic papers (usually published in PDF format).
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comment 「わ」の使い方教えていただけませんか
I believe much of what you are asking is covered in this question: When women use わ at the end of a sentence, is it different from よ?
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revised How to end a sentence in わけ
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