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Nov
27
reviewed Close Meaning of せっかく
Nov
27
reviewed No Action Needed When does it make sense to use 「〜でない。」?
Nov
27
reviewed No Action Needed Equivalent of “That said, Carthage must be destroyed” in Japanese
Nov
25
reviewed No Action Needed Differentiating honorific passive and potential conjugations of 出る
Nov
25
reviewed No Action Needed Rules for emphasizing by lengthening sounds
Nov
23
reviewed No Action Needed Most correct “noun suffix” for “living in X” or “resident of X”?
Nov
22
reviewed Leave Closed difference between 計画を立てる and 計画をする?
Nov
22
reviewed No Action Needed 「これくらいで」 whats the grammatical purpose that で has here?
Nov
21
reviewed No Action Needed Why in this example sentence there's no difference between ごとに and おきに?
Nov
21
reviewed No Action Needed Help translating this paragraph: doubts about 「への」and「と共に」forms, and structure of a sentence beggining with 「これ」?
Nov
21
reviewed Approve How to place ありました with the 〜んです pattern, and the meaning of the resulting sentence
Nov
20
reviewed No Action Needed Difference between 回復【かいふく】, 修復【しゅうふく】, 復旧【ふっきゅう】 and 復興【ふっこう】
Nov
20
reviewed No Action Needed Do you need to use の when using へ to modify a noun?
Nov
20
reviewed No Action Needed How can we understand and translate はず used with facts of known truth?
Nov
20
reviewed Approve What does `nanode` mean? What are its grammatical rules?
Nov
19
reviewed Looks OK What does `nanode` mean? What are its grammatical rules?
Nov
19
reviewed Close Confusion in the usage of みえます and みられます; きけます and きこえます
Nov
19
reviewed No Action Needed What is the difference between 見える【みえる】/聞こえる【きこえる】 and 見られる【みられる】/聞ける【きける】?
Nov
19
comment In which terms, if any, is へつ used as an On-reading of the character 閉?
Those reconstructions are a little out of date. They were updated in September with the release of the book. (A must read for those interested.) The latest are available here: ocbaxtersagart.lsait.lsa.umich.edu .
Nov
19
reviewed Leave Open Have I placed “itsu” correctly in the sentence?