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Is this で with 思い当たる the particle or te-form

I'm not entirely sure if you're asking whether で as the て-form of だ is possible in the general case or in this case. In the general case, it's certainly possible, but I don't think that's what's ...
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Incorporating a verb phrase into a noun: "Object + を + Verb dictionary form + noun" (波を越す遊び) vs. "Object + Verb masu form + の + noun" (波越しの遊び)

波越し is not an established activity name I am aware of. When was this text written, or did you come up with it on your own? There is a term 波乗り, which is another name for サーフィン (surfing), but it's ...
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is the use of 突っ込まないで considered rude?

I suppose this question arose from interpreting 突っ込む as a verb with a negative or offensive connotation. However, 突っ込む does not carry a negative meaning like "be noisy" or "make a fuss&...
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Meaning of ことを受ける

As you say, this is about someone's responses. In order to respond, you need to first get something. 〜を受け(て) is used when you make some decision in response to some development in the situation you ...
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Understanding the verb 諫める: broader than English "to admonish"?

1.) It seems that いさめる is mostly used in the context of warning a superior to not redo a mistake I don't think so. I've just noticed dictionaries say 諫める is mainly used towards one's superior. ...
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is the use of 突っ込まないで considered rude?

Your question is is the use of 突っ込まないで considered rude? so the answer is, no it's not rude. I wonder is the meaning more like "please don't be noisy and leave it", or "haha, it's ...
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