Japanese translations are considered to be extremely troublesome, as, unlike English or Greek for example, Japanese is a language with several unique features, including absence of articles, genders, accents, a regular “subject-verb-object” syntactic structure, etc. Such particularities make Japanese a charming language, even a hopelessly vague one at that, and almost always, a language hard to translate/render to any usual Wester language. Being a very colourful language, one should learn to use Japanese based on intuition rather than rules.
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