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The difference between が and を with the potential form of a verb

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What does the little っ (tsu) signify when at the end of a word?

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What is the difference between the negative forms -ず and -ぬ?

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What's the difference in usage between 氏名 (しめい) and 名前 (なまえ)?

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Why is it 日本語がわかります instead of 日本語をわかります?

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Are there words so bad that they aren't allowed on television?

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The many ways to say "and" in Japanese

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When going somewhere, is there any difference between e (へ) and ni (に)?

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Is there an equivalent to George Carlin's "Seven Dirty Words" in Japanese?

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What is the difference between [plain form of verb]~そう and [root of verb]~そう?

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What exactly does an adjective stem + そう mean?

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Can 何で mean "how"?

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What does よろしくおねがいします mean when departing?

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Is there an easily accessible list of terms in the Japanese grammar written both in Japanese and English?

12 votes

What does -komu (~込む) at the end of a word mean?

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When did the "wu" character drop out of use?

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How is 〜んじゃない different from 〜じゃない?

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Are there cases when two or more particles will occur next to each other without intervening lexical words?

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What are other language equivalents to Japanese particles?

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What's the difference between ね and な as tag questions?

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What are the origins of ヶ?

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What is the learning curve for learning Japanese writing?

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Can I write Japanese name "Midori" this way - 緑?

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Expression equivalent to "as far/long/much as I/you X"

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Is Japanese really an agglutinative language?

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「~たじゃない」 expression in spoken Japanese

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Use of ~のか (~んですか) in questions not seeking a yes/no answer

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What is the difference between 指摘される and 突っ込まれる?

7 votes
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Japanese dictionary for mathematics/computer science jargon

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Are there inflections/endings that can be applied to verbs but not i-adjectives? (or vice versa)