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Oct
18
comment Range of numbers
@dainichi I was thinking the same thing. I was not sure but did not ask a native.
Oct
18
answered Range of numbers
Oct
18
awarded  Scholar
Oct
18
accepted 俺 and 僕 used as second person singular pronouns
Oct
17
awarded  Student
Oct
17
asked 俺 and 僕 used as second person singular pronouns
Oct
17
comment Expressing: “Send them over/up, please”
◯◯さんに来てもらうようにお願いします。Otherwise, I would use 送る too. You can use 送る as well when you want to sent the person somewhere you are not at.
Oct
11
comment What is the difference between どころか or ものか?
as 137 said, the correct answer would be どころか, the meaning is not clear if you use ものか here.
Oct
3
comment What しかりだ does mean?
Why is there 士 if the kana were セイント ?
Oct
1
comment What does コミュニケーションがとれる mean?
Yes. I wanted to say that it's not pure physical communication like the phone line is working. It's more human level.
Oct
1
answered What does コミュニケーションがとれる mean?
Sep
30
comment Except for pitch, what are the differences in pronunciation between Kansaiben and Tokyoben?
Some guys will jump on you anytime soon for confusing Tokyoben and Hyojungo.
Sep
30
comment Is ruby text essential?
No, it's not essential.
Sep
24
comment や in Kansai-ben when it is not だ
That is why you never hear なんちゃらやよ right ?
Sep
4
comment Is the “wa-particle” in katakana ワ or ハ?
how could ワ be correct seriously ?
Sep
3
comment “Sunday this week” or “Sunday next week”
Do native speakers need to justify how they feel about their own language? Isn't it how they use their language that actually defines it?
Aug
31
revised “Sunday this week” or “Sunday next week”
added 7 characters in body
Aug
31
comment “Sunday this week” or “Sunday next week”
added info for this.
Aug
31
revised “Sunday this week” or “Sunday next week”
added 76 characters in body
Aug
31
answered “Sunday this week” or “Sunday next week”