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Are Ainu people the only non-gaijins that can grow beards?
May people all over the world be happy :^)
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If you're the guy who offered me advice on 無関心 and you were really just trying to correct my Japanese, then that's fine. You did however call my sentence "shit" which is kind of harsh language, so I just figured you were another netouyo, as the others insulted my Japanese too. I don't mind my Japanese being called shit in a more casual context, because it is, but in that situation it made me confused as to whether you were honestly just offering a correction or joining the others in just being insulting.
If you were just trying to help, thanks.
There's one troll trying to do damage control and say he wasn't being mean, even though he obviously was being a dick with his "correction"
Meanwhile at least 5 different people have insulted my "shitty" Japanese in the OP.
Based on my observations, that appears to be false.
Yeah it's true. I think I will just quit seriously using this thread. These people really disgust me. And it sometimes frightens me how insane they are. I'd rather they piss off but instead I will just troll the thread to shit when I am really bored. Otherwise I won't bother with them.
We Japanese liberals support Paolo Guzzanti.
He made a huge impression on me with his way of governing and he proved his ideals were more than just talk.
maybe, I do fap to my own mom.
If my mom were a pregnant in the jav just before I was born, I would be more sexually stimulated. Saying like "owww... shit, I'm still a kissless virgin now, but I was appeared in jav as a matter of fact!! " And, I would say some implying things to my mom to make a threat her, then would have a sex with her.
>fapping twice a day
I've heard somewhere that fapping too much affects your lifespan
once a week = increasing a few years
once a day = decreasing a few years
twice a day = decreasing 5~10 years
Yes, but I'm sure everyone has pictures of one's mom (or family picture).
How feels does it give you if you insert your dick into a hole which you went through when you were born? Welcome back sex.
On a website explaining particles i found the following sentence:
Isn't [花が咲いています。] a weird sentence to say without a previous question such as [何が咲いてですか。]?
If it is on its own should it not be [花は咲いています。] to indicate 花 as the topic?
Also, in the second sentence, isn't the [花は] unnecessary because the topic has already been marked in either the question [何が咲いてですか。] before the two sentences (first case) or in the second case by [花は咲いています。], thus making the second sentence [きれいです。]?
The first sentence isn't weird, but the second one is a little bit weird. You are correct as for the second one.
When you want to focus on a topic of the sentence, you need to use 'が' instead of 'は'. So the both are correct basically, but the latter one is a little bit awkward, because when you say 'flowers are blooming.', people tend to focus on 'flower' (topic).
But Chinese crippled their own characters and used retarded form of them.
Chinese must say thanks to Taiwan.
Prices are rising, salary stays the same, life overall feels like shit. The weather in Saint Petersburg is warm, the usual temperature is about -5 -10C, there was few -25C weeks. In town where I was born winters are harsher, but I was used to it and it was ok for me jogging in woods when it was -30C
I see. I was under the impression that [は] was used as a topic marker (thus making it necessary here to indicate flowers as the topic) and that [が] is the identifier particles, indicating something that is asked or 'selected' from a pool that can be a lot of things (in the example the 'pool' would be 何).
I guess i dont really understand how and when to use [が] i guess. Thanks for the info anyways.
70percent of modem Chinese is imported from Japan, China has no modern culture and Idea 2bh. Don't use Japanese 清國奴.
It's a way more simpler than your thought.
For example, if someone asks 'what is this?' to you, you can answer like 'これは犬です'. In this case, you don't need to focus on 'これ', because これ is not important information. (the important information is '犬'.)
On the other hand, if someone asks you 'which one is your dog?', you can respond like 'これがそうです'. In this case, you need to focus on 'これ'.
well it is kind of the same, isnt it?
In the case of [ これは犬です] the topic is これ because the topic of conversation is the mysterious object referred to with これ.
And in [これがそうです] i'd use が to select my dog from the 'pool' of multiple dogs...
But i get what you are saying, it certainly is way quicker to 'analyze' or setup a sentence like you do. It is just still very confusing to me to see が without a preceding question.