Actually I found this out. The Vbulletin code includes an option to remove surplus spaces-like characters and similar characters that can otherwise be used to 'bulk up' a post's contents. For example if you just want to reply "Me too!" then you will be told your post is too short, if you replied with "Me too! " then I guess it kills the extra spaces.aleku said:I don't know why the "ku" is being eaten, no matter how many times I tried.
Not a lot.aleku said:Is there a difference between these 2 sentences ?
Tricky, I'd say the first - but often the form which is _actually_ used in casual conversation would be 買わなきゃ.aleku said:Which form is more commonly used in conversation?
aleku said:買わなければ ならない
I knew there had to be a "condensed" form. The "good" form they teach you in textbooks really is a bit too long, isn't it? Is the "-なきゃ" inflection where the "nakute" form comes from, by the way?PaulTB said:ATricky, I'd say the first - but often the form which is _actually_ used in casual conversation would be 買わなきゃ.