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Victoria F.
Graduate Japanese learner from University of Central Lancashire
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Subject: Japanese

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Explain the difference between the verbs くれる, あげる and もらう.

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Answer:

All three verbs are used to describe giving and receiving actions. Depending on the circle that the person you are referring to is in, the use of verb changes. When giving to someone inside your うち or "inner circle" or someone younger than you, we use くれる. When giving to someone outside of your うち circle or is above you in status, use あげる. When describing having received something from someone of higher status, outside your circle, or who is older, we use もらう.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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Give example sentences using the word "Questionable"?

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"His actions were questionable" "The company was investigated for questionable practices"

Subject: East Asian History

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How effective was the "Sunshine policy" of 1988 in Korean North/South relations?

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The sunshine policy was a significant step towards positive North/South relations, offering monetary aid to the impoverished North, with support from key South Korean business owners. It was an opportunity to share the wealth and was respected by the North Korean government. This paved the way for following relations to be set up, such as the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics where North and South took part as a unified team. However, the discussions were cut off by the North halfway through, with the project then being abandoned by succeeding Presidents. This limits the effectiveness of the policy. Whilst it made the connection and allowed negotiations between North and South, the cut off meant that much of what had been discussed could not be properly put into action.

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