A learner's progressing questions

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[http://www.thejapanesepage.com/forum/viewthread.php?forum_id=7&thread_id=1871 勉強] (Date: 18/11/05)<br>
[http://www.thejapanesepage.com/forum/viewthread.php?forum_id=7&thread_id=1871 勉強] (Date: 18/11/05)<br>
Keyword(s): 日本語の勉強,の/を <br>  
Keyword(s): 日本語の勉強,の/を <br>  
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Synopsis: I asked the difference between ~を勉強します and ~の勉強をします.
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Synopsis: I asked the difference between ~を勉強します and ~の勉強をします. <br>
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[http://www.thejapanesepage.com/forum/viewthread.php?forum_id=6&thread_id=2089 分 and 通 - Meaning] (Date: 16/12/05)<br>
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Keyword(s): 分 and 通, counter :-P  <br>
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Synopsis: I was confused with the meanings of 分 and 通. I don’t think it’s that useful, but who knows…<br>
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The more you study eagerly, the more questions arise. A lot of learners have questions which have similarities. That said, let's take a look at the questions of Tanuki-san, as an eager learner. A trajectory of his study emerges.
Some of the questions have already been asked on TJP threads before Tanuki-san contributed, some of them may be questions which other learners might ask on the forum in the future.

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Numbers… (Date: 26/09/05)
Keyword(s): Arabic numbers, kanji
Synopsis: I asked when should Arabic numbers be used and when kanji.
reference: 15 Versus 十五

Link:Kanji_numerals_vs._Arabic_numerals

Japanese names(Date: 29/09/05)
Keyword(s): Japanese names, kanji
Synopsis: I asked how Japanese people deal with their kanji-names.

particle が ( Date: 12/10/05)
Keyword(s): potential verbs, が/を
Synopsis: I asked why was が used instead of を in a phrase with a potential verb.
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勉強 (Date: 18/11/05)
Keyword(s): 日本語の勉強,の/を
Synopsis: I asked the difference between ~を勉強します and ~の勉強をします.

分 and 通 - Meaning (Date: 16/12/05)
Keyword(s): 分 and 通, counter :-P
Synopsis: I was confused with the meanings of 分 and 通. I don’t think it’s that useful, but who knows…

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