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に vs. が in the ~てほしい construction

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4 answers
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What are some examples of three-mora atamadaka verbs besides 帰る?

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1 answer
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How to say "too quickly", "too recklessly" etc

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1 answer
539 views

Can "響く" have the meaning of "to come (home); to remain (with someone)"?

8 votes
1 answer
431 views

で in the copula である

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1 answer
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Origin of the usage of な in ~なんだ

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2 answers
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Pitch Accent for ~ない and ~たい

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2 answers
997 views

と vs. のを / ことを when used with 信じる

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1 answer
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Can 'if' be used with a 'meta' meaning in Japanese?

5 votes
1 answer
218 views

What exactly are ア行-category verbs?

5 votes
2 answers
327 views

が vs. は in のが/のは...である cleft-sentence structure

4 votes
2 answers
261 views

Why the specific spelling "一つひとつ"?

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2 answers
290 views

"~たい"-form and associated particle usage

4 votes
1 answer
315 views

Rise in pitch right before quotative って?

3 votes
1 answer
796 views

Using 何 with the general counter ~つ

3 votes
1 answer
367 views

Origin of こんな, そんな, あんな and どんな

3 votes
1 answer
301 views

Logic behind 「わかってくれ」

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Phenomenon of omitting the head noun of a relative clause

2 votes
1 answer
57 views

Understanding いい顔に撮れてるじゃないか

2 votes
1 answer
108 views

Grammar behind the flower name ワスレナグサ

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114 views

Explanation for 変わった and 似た as adjectivals

2 votes
2 answers
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Alternation between が and は in seemingly identical sentence structure

2 votes
1 answer
167 views

Finding a Notion for もう

2 votes
1 answer
151 views

Etymological connection between 戻る and 元

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0 answers
211 views

が in the expression "耳が聞こえない"

2 votes
1 answer
156 views

誰も + potential verb form

1 vote
1 answer
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Can 二度と~ない be taken literally?

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2 answers
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Elongated お in the volitional verb form

1 vote
1 answer
625 views

Possible explanation for the ている-form also being used as past tense?

1 vote
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119 views

のは, ので, のか with stress on の?