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Jan 10, 2016 08:28 chico made 3 corrections for ありました vs あります
探し物をして見つけた時は「ありました」「あった」といいます。 既にどこにあるかわかっている時は「あります」「あるよ」といいます。
Jan 8, 2016 12:16 Meari commented on Are "Meet" and &q...
Min9さんが「日本語」を誤って選択してしまったと思います。
Jan 8, 2016 03:16 Min9 commented on Are "Meet" and &q...
Also is it okay to reword the movie title "Meet the parents" to "Meet with the parents"? "Would you meet wi...
Dec 30, 2015 02:44 Kyle made 7 corrections for When Does the Word "Bu...
One sentence is incorrect, grammatically, to begin with and the other is a stock phrase that doesn't directly refer to business in pa...
Dec 17, 2015 11:39 Kyle made 7 corrections for I Want To Stop Eating Snacks.
I hope these corrections make sense. You had a lot of things where I know how they're supposed to sound but I don't know the gra...
Dec 16, 2015 09:38 JazzK15 commented on Tips for Learners of the Ko...
Gracias, Thank you so much.^^
Dec 7, 2015 07:54 Prosperity commented on The Song Lyrics of Lifeline...
To upload a Youtube video here, copy and paste the link address, which looks something like this ↓ http://www.youtube.com/watch... I ...
Dec 7, 2015 00:47 Kyle commented on The Song Lyrics of Lifeline...
Wow, this correction format does not work well for answering questions like this. Q1. "Got you looking for a lifeline" What...
Nov 16, 2015 11:13 Kyle made 3 corrections for Some Questions About The So...
A1: You're mostly correct. It should be closer to "lately, I've got this feeling" although it would be even better as ...
Nov 16, 2015 08:38 ihearmelodies commented on Some Questions About The So...
Regarding question 3, it means his strong feelings is about the person he likes
Nov 15, 2015 22:59 Kyle made 5 corrections for When I Talk About Something...
Your English is becoming very smooth. :) "A friend of mine" is perfectly natural. It's a very common English phrase. ...
Nov 9, 2015 12:33 Kyle made 5 corrections for For Better Living, For a B...
The differences between them are not terribly large. The following are somewhat exaggerated, but I will try to portray the feelings that...
Nov 9, 2015 11:47 Kyle made 6 corrections for How To Ask If Someone Likes...
"Do you like candy" is definitely the most natural way to ask this. "Candy" is used as a singular noun describing a ...
Nov 8, 2015 18:16 mrdressup made 1 corrections for How To Ask If Someone Likes...
This one. :)
Nov 8, 2015 17:23 Jesse made 11 corrections for It's Stage Four or It&#...
Oct 22, 2015 08:06 yunwoo commented on 思いて下さい 🆚 思って下さい
오랜만이에요 오빠. 전에 쓰신 분 말대로 「何方」라는 일본어는 사정에 있는지도 모르지만 안 써요.「どちら」「どっち」를 쓰세요. 그리고 「思って下さい」가 맞아요. 「思いて下さい」는 틀린 표현이고 사전 안에서도 없어요. 「思い」는「思います」라고 ...
Oct 21, 2015 11:02 Kyle made 2 corrections for I'm Gonna Get A Tattoo ...
No, it's generally not correct to use "at" for a part of the body. Usually you would use "on" or "in"....
Oct 18, 2015 01:06 Koh made 3 corrections for 思いて下さい 🆚 思って下さい
「これは例外と思ってください。」が正しいです。
Oct 11, 2015 18:18 Chathu made 2 corrections for Reading, Writing, Listening...
Oct 1, 2015 00:48 diaven made 2 corrections for No shelf Or No shelves?
In Australian English they are more likely to be called "Overhead racks".
Sep 28, 2015 07:04 Binz commented on No shelf Or No shelves?
It would say "No shelves." It would say this because it is describing all different types of shelves not just one.
Sep 27, 2015 08:42 Kyle made 5 corrections for No shelf Or No shelves?
To answer your original question, I would need to know a little bit more about it. I've never seen shelves being optional on a train...
Sep 25, 2015 23:32 Kyle made 4 corrections for Fun Facts About Vegetable a...
Possibly botanically, but in common usage rice is considered a grain or a cereal. And let's not even go into the distinctions betwee...
Sep 25, 2015 16:55 diaven commented on Two Months - Pronunciation
To speak properly you should pronounce the -ths. If you are interested in phonology you can compare English and Korean in these links...
May 25, 2011 12:20 carsont made 19 corrections for [Tips for Learners of Korea...
Sep 6, 2015 15:52 JG commented on Two Months - Pronunciation
hmmm. i guess i pronounce it as 'munts' (rhymes with runts or bunts or hunts).
Sep 6, 2015 09:16 tony made 7 corrections for I Really Suck At Listening.
we're = we are, you're = you are, they're = they are "We were", "you were" and "they were" can...
Sep 6, 2015 08:55 Mr. ZeCat commented on Two Months - Pronunciation
Listen to it pronounced at http://www.ivona.com/ It has American, Australian, British, and Indian voices. They sound realistic.
Sep 5, 2015 05:06 imanerdyfangirl commented on Take Me To Your Home Vs Tak...
You could say "can I come to your home?" instead.
Sep 4, 2015 09:03 Braden made 17 corrections for [Tips For Learner Of Korean...
Sep 4, 2015 07:27 Mr. ZeCat commented on Take Me To Your Home Vs Tak...
Hi, Min9. You can say, "Take me to your home," but you cannot say, "Take me your home." You have to have the "...
Sep 1, 2015 23:35 JG commented on Superman Is Alien Vs Superm...
both "he is american" and "he is an american" are correct. if i remember my grammar correctly, the first sentenc...
Sep 1, 2015 20:33 mrdressup made 3 corrections for Superman Is Alien Vs Superm...
Superman is alien isn't correct.
Sep 1, 2015 01:55 ihearmelodies commented on What Are You Finding?
"What are you finding", does sound odd, and most people would think it's incorrect. Just use/ask "what are you looking...
Sep 1, 2015 01:53 ihearmelodies made 2 corrections for What Are You Finding?
Aug 23, 2015 01:19 Exis Night made 1 corrections for What Does 강남 (Gangnam) Mean?
Either is OK, actually. With location words such as "below", "under", "above", or what have you, the articl...
Aug 21, 2015 20:55 mrdressup commented on This Restaurant Has Better ...
"a food" is always wrong, unless I'm forgetting something.
Aug 21, 2015 19:35 Ji-young made 4 corrections for This Restaurant Has Better ...
This restaurant has better food is correct. The words, "better food", means that all of this particular restaurant's foo...
Aug 21, 2015 14:41 RIE made 9 corrections for 「へ」と「に」の違い
Aug 20, 2015 20:11 Ji-young made 2 corrections for He Can Speak Japanese Bette...
"He can speak better Japanese than English", is grammatically correct, and is the more natural sounding sentence.
Aug 1, 2015 22:26 keithotherose made 1 corrections for There Are Many Hot Places T...
Aug 1, 2015 12:24 Skechobi commented on There Are Many Hot Places T...
The second "in" sounds redundant to me but I'm not sure. You might want to change this entry's language category to Eng...
Jun 19, 2015 13:41 RIE made 1 corrections for 車が止まっている。 VS 車が止まってある。
車が止まってある는 틀립니다.
Jun 18, 2015 14:43 kazu made 9 corrections for 「へ」と「に」の違い
「に」も「へ」も、ほぼ意味は同じです。どちらを使っても良いです。
May 23, 2015 19:45 JG commented on One Of A Kind
I'm one of a kind is correct. i never really thought about the use of articles; i've always considered this as a set phrase. ...
May 23, 2015 17:59 Ari made 1 corrections for One Of A Kind
May 23, 2015 15:58 mrdressup made 1 corrections for One Of A Kind
All are incorrect except for "I'm one of a kind". "I'm one of a kind"빼고는 다 안 맞아요. ㅋ
May 15, 2015 01:03 ろん made 4 corrections for I Need To Check Something I...
May 11, 2015 07:24 lorenager made 1 corrections for I Like To Read Books. VS I ...
Apr 16, 2015 20:44 Bonsai made 2 corrections for 車が止まっている。 VS 車が止まってある。
前者: 客観的事実としてそこに止まっている。 後者: 誰かの意志でそこに止めて、そのままの状態である。