aUsage Last updated on 2017/2560 3 12, a full moon day;
Aa (name); Radical268;
abbreviations in English language are:
you know already, you do yourself;
a.k.a. (also known as), another def. would be, another name would be;
cc (carbon copy), original one's duplicate copy;
e.g. (for example), presenting logical similarities, sampling;
etc. (etcetera), extra, undefined ones;
IFF (if and only if), conditional constraint must be matched and then;
i.e. (that is), previously mentioned;
esp. (especially), adverb alike, particularly, specifically;
ref (reference), equation's right size, refer to;
also see: Acronym;
active voice vs. passive voice; in English, expression can be either active voice or passive voice; e.g. he drives the Mitsubishi truck (i.e. active voice in present tense), e.g. the Mitsubishi truck is driven by him (i.e. passive voice in present tense);
Agata (name); Radical247;
a-ge, fishcake a-ge; ama ebi, sweet shrimp; amazake; anko, sweet bean paste; Anno Imo, sweet potato; Also see: Sushi;
Akari (female name); Radical96;
Akira (name); Radical94;
Akira (female name); Radical135;
Akira (female name); Radical288;
Akua (female name); Aoi (female name); Radical106;
arigatoh gozaimasu, thank you;
ka, Do you have ... ?
masu is pronounced
jikan wa arimasu ka, Asking ... , do you have a minute?
kasa wa arimasu ka, WHEN raining outside ... , do you have an umbrella?
onsen wa arimasu ka, WHERE at a travel agency, asking ... , do you have hot spring tour?
sandwich wa arimasu ka, WHERE in a store, asking ... , do you have sandwich?
article (a, an, the) in English; article a, and article an in front of singular; article the in front of either plural or singular; without article means generic (a.k.a. whole entity);
at the present (present continuous tense); for that time being (past perfect continuous tense); for the time being (present perfect continuous tense i.e. past + present);
Ataru (name); Radical260;
Asaji (name); Aya (female name); Radial237;
advance; Ayu (female name); progress; walking; also see: Sushi;
Numbers in Dhamma;
4 kinds of suffering; anger; also see: cry; angry mood; sad;