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comment What are the guidelines of omitting particles?
@athlon32: Edited to address your questions. Let me know if I can clarify anything further.
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revised What are the guidelines of omitting particles?
Edited to address updated question.
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answered What are the guidelines of omitting particles?
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comment Is じゃないです equally correct as じゃありません?
@daniel tomio: "Correctness" is relative when talking about languages. There's the linguist camp, which defines correctness by the rules they force upon languages, and then there's the speaker camp, where correctness is defined by what people actually say. ~ないです may not be correct from a linguistic standpoint (as to why, I have no idea), but it's so firmly entrenched in modern Japanese usage that by every other standard it's a perfectly valid form.
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answered When is Vている the continuation of action and when is it the continuation of state?
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answered How to parse わけじゃなし
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comment Differences between 度 and 回 when counting occurrences
@phirru: I think any difference disappears with 何度 and 何回. For example, the phrases 何度も何度も and 何回も何回も can both refer to large numbers of occurrences.
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revised What's the difference between [V-ながら][V2] and [V-ている]間[V2]?
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comment Polite Way to Ask “How old are you?” : 何歳 , いくつ ,年齢 , ご年
+1 Very nice concrete examples.
Sep
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comment Is こら a lot more rude than ほら?
You also can't roll your Rs with ほら: ほるるるるらーっ! Nope, doesn't sound right.
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comment What's the difference between [V-ながら][V2] and [V-ている]間[V2]?
@Axioplase: I'm not denying the fact that there is a primary/secondary distinction. I'm just of the opinion that it's not a terribly useful one. :)
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answered Differences between 度 and 回 when counting occurrences
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comment Colloquial use of「〜て〔い〕ない」, maybe instead of 「〜なかった」
+1 Spot on, and a good contrast between the state of being able to see something at any time versus missing a one-time event.
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answered What's the difference between [V-ながら][V2] and [V-ている]間[V2]?
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