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Particles following ところ (に, を, and で)
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Interpreting させていただきます
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Comparing ということだ and そうだ
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Purpose of ~とは in 「あなたにとって仕事とはなんでしょうか」
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Difference in usage of きる and ぬく attached to verb 連用形
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Strange form of ki ni naru
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Difference of まさか and まさに
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Using という before わけです
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Interpreting active/passive voice in Japanese
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Expressing "should do" with こと・べき・もの
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What is the difference between ~みたい and ~らしい when expressing similarity or resemblance?
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Different ways to express 'if A happens'
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Meaning of 「にならない」
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Atypical use of ~させます
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Using 無理 to empathise
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What does ~とか mean when it doesn't indicate an example?
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Difference between ~に伴う【ともなう】 and ~を伴う【ともなう】
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Understanding use of における
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Usage of wake desu
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N + sou desu is acceptable
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ikenai construct
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Difference between 越える and 超える
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What does tsui mean in this context?
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Expressing ~no option but
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Meaning of てはならない
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Expressing similarity
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Expressing 'according/as per'
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Both 当たり前 and 相変わらず seem to mean "usual" or "ordinary". What's the difference between them?
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expressing 'not possible that'
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Expressing 'if so'