Components
MY AVERAGE MASTERY
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particle
1. indicates certainty, emphasis, contempt, request, etc.  (at sentence-end)
2. used when calling out to someone  (after a noun)
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grammar; syntax  (linguistics terminology)
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noun
diction; grammar; syntax; usage; wording  (linguistics terminology)
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noun
Japanese grammar
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noun
compositional rules; musical grammar
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noun
Japanese grammar
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noun
descriptive grammar  (linguistics terminology)
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noun
generative grammar  (linguistics terminology)
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noun
usage; rules of grammar
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possible grammar
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noun
core grammar
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lexical-functional grammar; LFG  (linguistics terminology)
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noun
systemic grammar  (linguistics terminology)
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noun
universal grammar  (linguistics terminology)
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noun
grammar rule  (linguistics terminology)
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noun
grammar (book)
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5
noun
transformational grammar  (see also: 生成文法; linguistics terminology)
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noun
school grammar (esp. middle school grammar)
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noun
grammar error; syntax error  (computer terminology)
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noun
grammar checker  (computer terminology)
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noun
context-sensitive grammar  (computer terminology)
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lexical-functional grammar; LFG  (linguistics terminology)
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noun
prescriptive grammar  (linguistics terminology; opposite: 記述文法)
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noun
grammar of the classical literature; classical grammar
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noun
colloquial grammar; grammar of modern spoken and written japanese
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noun
kanbun grammar  (see also: 漢文)
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noun
grammar school
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grammar; syntax  (linguistics terminology)
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1. glamour; glamor; glamour girl; glamor girl
2. buxom; full-breasted
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noun
grammar
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3
noun
English grammar
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noun
mung bean (Vigna radiata); green gram
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(same as above)
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noun
gram atom
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gram stain
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noun
gram molecule
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mole; mol; gram molecule  (chemistry term, physics terminology; originally from German 'Mol')
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gram ion
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noun
mung bean; green gram
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noun
black gram (Vigna mungo); black lentil  (often written with kana only)
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noun
gram; gramme  (often written with kana only)
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0
noun
mung bean (Vigna radiata); green gram
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4
noun
black gram (Vigna mungo); black lentil  (often written with kana only)
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noun
gram equivalent
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4
noun
G clef; treble clef  (music term)
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G minor  (music term)
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G major  (music term)
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noun
key of G  (music term)
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noun
G clef; treble clef  (see also: ト音記号; music term)
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noun (suffix), noun
1. video game  (see also: ゲーム; abbreviation)
noun
2. sol; so; G  (music term)
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noun
G; g
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(same as above)
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G major  (music term)
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