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  • However, if you ever make up your SO's nickname, I'm sure you can use it as often (if not more) in Japanese as in English!
  • However, if you ever make up a nickname for your SO, I'm sure you can use it as often in Japanese as in English, if not more often!
  • if not more - the syntax is important here X is as much as Y ◯ X is more than Y ◯ X is as much (if not more) as Y × X is as much as (if not more than) Y ◯ The "branches" should each be able to make a correct sentence on their own. This can make sentences a little awkward if they're long, so the above correction is another method
if not more

grammar

Dec 14, 2015 20:36 Public Pet Names in Japanese
ロブ
  • Whenever we meet a newly married couple, we'd ask them, "what do you call each other?" and you can answer and wait for the following "that's adorable."
  • Whenever we meet a newly-married couple, we ask them, "what do you call each other?" and you can answer and wait for the following "that's adorable."
  • If this happened, I would do X When this happens, I do X an alternative "...and wait for the 'that's adorable!' that inevitably follows"
KULAH
  • Let's get back to the titling topic.
  • Let's get back to the topic of titling.
  • for some reason we don't say titling topic. actually the reason is this. "topic of..." is a set phrase. we don't say karate topic we say topic of karate. we don't say cooking topic we say topic of cooking etc....
topic of ...ing
Josh
  • Although you want some good expectations at least a little bit, higher expectations don't always lead better results.
  • Although you want some good expectations at least a little bit, higher expectations don't always lead to better results.
lead to

grammar

May 28, 2012 04:02 Public Titles and Expectations
student113
  • We were talking about the difference of the way of using your throat when you speak Japanese or English.
  • We were talking about the differences in of the ways you of using use your throat when you speak Japanese or English.
differences IN the ways you use your throat
Evan
  • Well, you could get around only using English in big cities if you insist to do so.
  • Well, you could get around only using English in big cities if you insisted on doing so.
insist on doing
euanthus
  • I said I will write another entry last week, but I didn't.
  • I said I would write another entry last week, but I didn't.
I said I would

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