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What is the 中 in ダウンロード中?
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Why is 一日 used instead of 日 to ask how your day is?
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What are some special ways to use よく besides “often” and “well”?
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Meaning of「〜てみたいと思います」
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Kanji etymology of 毎?
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Which is more common for “I miss you”: 会いたい or 寂しい?
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How do you say “or” at the beginning of a sentence?
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Are on’yomi words loanwords?
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Purpose of のは in this sentence?
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Use of さ as a filler
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Do you always need the passive voice when saying what happened to you?
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Translating “different”?
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Different nuances of そっか and なるほど?
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Why is こと used in 「私に何かできること」?
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What is the difference between ending a question with んだ?and の?
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Why is て used here?
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Can personal pronouns be written in hiragana?
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Saying “fill up”?
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Usage of こいつ, あいつ, etc
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Meaning of んでしょう in this context?
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Meaning of 感じの in this sentence
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What does it mean when みたいな is at the end of a sentence?
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Why was し used instead of から?
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Expressing “huh” tag?
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Difference between ばかり, ところ, and 今?
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Why was I called 君?
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Expressing “to” - stuff to do, a movie to see, etc
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Sentences without topic particles?
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Nominalization of です?
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Why do I need to use のに instead of ので?