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Dir.en.Rei



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PostPosted: Wed Jul 15, 2009 7:28 am    Post subject: just, only? Reply with quote

okay I got a pretty specific question: when it comes to the word just and only, which one should I use in context with the following statement:

Only my lover can touch my hair.

that is, no one may touch my hair but my lover XD

do I use しか or たった

moreover, am I correct in saying that だけ is used in a different context. e.g., you'll use だけ in, "even though it's so cold, he's only wearing a shirt and jeans".

I realise that both involve different grammatical structures. so does that mean both are okay?
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