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For questions about the ways in which children learning Japanese (as a first language) speak differently from adults.
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原稿用紙. A type of writing paper that consists of square blocks arranged in vertical lines.
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Common but often wrong beliefs about the origin of words
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a name for a resident of a locality
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書き言葉. Words and language generally used in writing rather than speech.
Questions asking for audio to be transcribed.
取り立て助詞. A modern linguistics term corresponding fairly well to the traditional category of 係助詞 (which no longer undergo 係り結び in Modern Japanese).
アイヌ語. A moribund language spoken by some Ainu, an indigenous people mainly living on the island of Hokkaidō. It is not regarded as related to Japanese.
Questions regarding the ko/so/a/do word series
変体仮名. Variant forms of hiragana that were used prior to 1900, but which are no longer in use.
一段活用. Verbs like 食べる and 起きる, which conjugate after dropping the terminal る, e.g. 食べない, 食べます, 食べる, 食べれば, 食べよう.