We should have a way to know if someone is a native speaker,
Or something like how many years of experience he had even though he's not a native speaker.. and whether he's using it frequently and stuff..
Well you get my idea.. we should have a way to know how "reliable" that answer is without just based on the upvotes/downvotes.
For one thing, if a native speaker tells me 彼たち is preferred to refer to a group of boys instead of 彼ら because the latter may sound like "boyfriends", then of course that would have so much more weight than a non-native speaker who have spoken japanese for years but of course wouldn't know all the corner cases (that may have actually be pretty obvious to a native)
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