>>148053719> he said that the inverted form was equivalent to the correct way to read it.
Fucking hell, it took you three times to phrase that in a way I can understand.
Yes, yes, you're right. That doesn't change my meaning, though: he's obviously clueless if he thinks that he can reverse that sentence like he did without changing its meaning.> the constraints of the structure are not violated in what she said like they are in what you said
See, that you need me to have fleshed the sentence out as much as possible for you to understand it shows that you aren't equipped to be the judge here.>>148053789> I'm not gonna do JLPT so that's fine.
I was talking about your level of comprehension. It's not about exams, it's about hooking not preparing you to actually comprehend the language outside of interacting with a dictionary.>>148053807> このシスコン野朗が is different from 野朗が because it specifies a certain 野朗.
And another one. I bet it took you forever to understand that you aren't supposed to be inserting 「私」 everywhere.
…Come to think of it, you all are probably ENLs who have trouble comprehending the simple fact that sentences in Japanese aren't required to be as filled out as in English. That would explain everything.>>148053889>>148053917
And this one here repeats the same mistake. Shit, it's been right before my eyes. Eureka! One more reason why ENLs should never be allowed a fucking word before others.