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Quote from DokGY on August 6, 2020, 11:23 pm

Does 一般論として mean "in general"?

一般論として、前作がマスターピースであればあるほど、続編のハードルは高くなる。

Yes!

Hey Marshall, just curious question..

I know that 君、あんた、お前。All mean "You" in Japanese but they are rude or informal.

I want to know the rank of them in how rude they are, like is it like : 1- 君(Less rude than others) 2-あんた(Less rude than お前) 3-お前(The rudest)

Quote from Soul--Fist on August 8, 2020, 11:15 am

Hey Marshall, just curious question..

I know that 君、あんた、お前。All mean "You" in Japanese but they are rude or informal.

I want to know the rank of them in how rude they are, like is it like : 1- 君(Less rude than others) 2-あんた(Less rude than お前) 3-お前(The rudest)

You are right!

Quote from lumsookyee on August 9, 2020, 9:48 am

来年、又は再来年、開店する予定でおります。

  • すみません、Could you guide me the meaning or function of で in such sentence?

でおります is a more formal way of saying です

Hello, guys!

 

How can I express that I have one of many  reasons why I do something?

 

Like, "That's one of the reasons why I study Japanese!"

Quote from haisai1988 on August 10, 2020, 10:30 am

Hello, guys!

 

How can I express that I have one of many  reasons why I do something?

 

Like, "That's one of the reasons why I study Japanese!"

これは私は日本語を勉強する原因の一つです。

Quote from Marshall on August 10, 2020, 1:49 pm
Quote from haisai1988 on August 10, 2020, 10:30 am

Hello, guys!

 

How can I express that I have one of many  reasons why I do something?

 

Like, "That's one of the reasons why I study Japanese!"

これは私は日本語を勉強する原因の一つです。

Thanks!😁😁😁

I have another question, and I am soooo curious about this

I know that をします/をする is attached to a noun to make it a verb. AFAIK, its literal translation in English is "To do"

What I want to know is when do we useをします/をする on a noun.

For example, saying テニスをします is good. However, take a look at these examples:

ピアノをします

ピアノを引きます。

They sound gramatically correct for me, but in terms of meaning, how are they different?

 

Quote from haisai1988 on August 12, 2020, 11:38 am

I have another question, and I am soooo curious about this

I know that をします/をする is attached to a noun to make it a verb. AFAIK, its literal translation in English is "To do"

What I want to know is when do we useをします/をする on a noun.

For example, saying テニスをします is good. However, take a look at these examples:

ピアノをします

ピアノを引きます。

They sound gramatically correct for me, but in terms of meaning, how are they different?

 

ピアノをします is wrong

Since テニスをします is correct,

How come ピアノをします is wrong? 🙇🏻‍♀️