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May
11
comment 'I'm glad I look like my mother'
@Sjiveru no, there is none.
May
8
comment What are the ways to express someone's condolences?
Perfect, thank you.
May
8
accepted What are the ways to express someone's condolences?
May
8
revised What are the ways to express someone's condolences?
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May
8
asked What are the ways to express someone's condolences?
May
8
revised How would I say “when [x] happened”?
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May
8
answered How would I say “when [x] happened”?
May
7
comment Can girls say いいな?
male-female distinctions are not disappearing in japanese.
May
7
comment Can you use V-ます before から?
Would be better to say "Yes but" than "No". Specially if the OP is asking about sentences where it is ok to do so.
May
1
comment Could you tell me how to say 'sounds legit' please? My Japanese is poor
Sarcasm does not exist in Japanese.
Apr
30
answered Masculine and Feminine Speech - 行こうか and やめてよ
Apr
28
answered What does 「どっか」 mean?
Apr
28
comment 収入 or 給料? What should be used when talking about salary or income?
@snailboat Are you SURE ?
Apr
27
revised Question about the usage of “watashi”
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Apr
27
comment Question about the usage of “watashi”
Very strong men use 私 like Vega. twitter.com/vegabot
Apr
22
comment “Something came up” in Japanese
I don't really know about this. 急事 is something someone taught me when I asked the question the OP is asking to a coworker few years ago. To tell you the truth, because the kanji do not come up right away when typing, I think it's rather rarely used. I also used it in an email so I don't know if it is really used in speaking. For daily conversation, Electeur's answer is good.
Apr
22
comment 収入 or 給料? What should be used when talking about salary or income?
給料 means salary, 収入 means income. Salary and Income does mean the same thing so your problem is fixed.
Apr
22
comment “Something came up” in Japanese
@user5185 dictionary.goo.ne.jp/leaf/jn2/54991/m0u
Apr
22
comment “Something came up” in Japanese
急事ができました also works.
Apr
21
comment matcha versus maccha
There is many possible transcriptions. I prefer Mattya !