IMABI wrote:Do not slander me yasna. I need the native/fluent speaker support, and if you look through my comment records, a small percentage of my comments are related to my work. Besides, it's about Japanese so what the heck is wrong with talking about it here. Besides, you could use it too.
Bao wrote:maxd.ijn, which context? Also, do you want a kanji (what for) or a word?
Bao wrote:Then 知識 would be as good a bet as anything else, or 存知.
Bao wrote:The distance from the doujou to the old town where the Los Angeles is (located) was (about) a 30 minutes' walk by foot.
There are two points here:
○○のある場所 is the place where ○○ is located; 場所 can be replaced with many words that describe a location or place, ○○ stands for items or inanimate objects like buildings etc.
The sentence pattern used is ○○から××までの距離, the distance from ○○ to ××.
In such cases it's helpful to translate more directly and pay attention to the particles and the sentence pattern used. You can always make the translation sound better (than mine) afterwards.
hashi wrote:I would use 皆, not 誰も, but someone else is bound to have another opinion. You also missed を before 抱えて. I'm not 100% sure either, but the ～んだ feels unneeded to me. Otherwise I see little issue.
Aberacht wrote:hashi wrote:I would use 皆, not 誰も, but someone else is bound to have another opinion. You also missed を before 抱えて. I'm not 100% sure either, but the ～んだ feels unneeded to me. Otherwise I see little issue.
Thanks for your response, hashi. I looked "～んだ" up and found this: http://jisho.org/words?jap=nda=&dict=edict
So, perhaps the sentence would be more literally translated as "The fact is, everyone lives holding anxiety and pain in their hearts." Maybe "～んだ" is trying to show that this sentence is being asserted as true or something similar.
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