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Thanks again, Lothor.
Is it that you don't say "the oil will hold"?
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Which would be used?
(a) Used economically, the oil will last for five days.
(b) Used economically, the oil can last for five days....
Thanks for the help, Lothor.
Yes, konketsu used to be used, but it's not so commonly used nowadays because of the derogatory connotations.
Hāfu - Wikipedia
Noto (a region in Ishikawa prefecture)
At Hooters, though, the girls don't sit with you, compliment every word you say, drink with you, and rub your thigh.
The most commonly used word that comes to my mind first is not kanji but a loan word スーパー, i.e., the transliteration of "super"...
The problem is not on that part. You've never learned the difference between three hours and three o'clock?
You finally got it. で is...
My locator started working again Saturday at 11AM , at least for a new member that just joined. Hopefully it's back to normal now.
Thank you, this gives me something to search out for.
Burma, 25 miles from Chindwin River
Mayongcheng, Meiyoncheng or something like that
There is no problem with the choice of the verb 伝える. Look more carefully about the form(s) that can be attached to いただく in your textbook...
Hāfu can be used also for non-Japanese ethnicity, thus, there is no problem with "neitibu amerikan to yōroppajin no hāfu."