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東京にいるソフトウェア開発者です。 最近は主にC#関連の開発をやっているが、C/C++もJavaにも経験があります。

一応日本語も英語も出来ますが、英語は中々使えなくて毎年少しずつ忘れている気がします。

日本語の歴史的変遷や語源に興味津々で大学で勉強してきました。 特に奈良と平安時代の上古~中古日本語が詳しい。 残念乍ら、その研究で中々生活が出来ず、代わりにソフトウェア開発をやっています。

他に韓国語にも興味はありますが、得意とはまだ言えません。

A software developer.

I am fluent in English and Japanese.

In my free time, I enjoy reading. I have a background in historical Japanese linguistics.


Mar
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Difference between と・や and も for lists?
Mar
24
reviewed Leave Open Difference between ではダメ、いけない、ならない to end a sentence
Mar
24
reviewed No Action Needed Does 一二三 mean “1 2 3” or “123”?
Mar
24
reviewed No Action Needed How did 服 come to have meanings related to both “clothing” and “submission”?
Mar
23
reviewed Looks Good Difference between 研究所 and 研究室
Mar
23
reviewed Looks Good Difference between 研究所 and 研究室
Mar
23
reviewed Satisfactory How do I say: I am on parental leave
Mar
23
reviewed Needs Improvement what does てやる mean when it is not used for giving?
Mar
23
reviewed Satisfactory Relative clauses distinguishing whom/with which/that
Mar
23
reviewed Needs Improvement how did 公 (こう) come to be derogatory
Mar
23
reviewed Needs Improvement using 〜ば〜ほど with adverbs
Mar
23
reviewed Satisfactory Meaning of あります in the following sentences
Mar
23
reviewed Needs Improvement Kanji question: the onyomi of 江 is found
Mar
23
reviewed Needs Improvement 火の車 Where did it come from
Mar
23
reviewed Satisfactory Using negative verb forms with はず
Mar
23
reviewed Needs Improvement How do you say “just curious” or “out of curiosity”?
Mar
21
reviewed No Action Needed Difference between 学習する and 習う?
Mar
21
comment Are there native Japanese numbers greater than 10? What use are they?
Reference: "A Descriptive and Comparative Grammar of Western Old Japanese" (Part 1), pages 365-377. ISBN 1-901903-14-1.
Mar
21
comment how to say a kanji is ON-yomi ONLY
[Continued] If you are familiar with kanji, you may recognize this reading / sense as appropriate for 勾, for which both 句 and 勾 ultimately derive from the same character. I keep running out of space, so I'll leave todomar-u as an exercise for you.
Mar
21
comment how to say a kanji is ON-yomi ONLY
In what sense are you suggesting that 句 does not have a kun'yomi? If you are referring to prescriptive government (and hence school) charts, then yes. However, descriptively, it is easy enough to find kun'yomi in actual texts. For 句, it can be read as a verb magar-u or todomar-u. For magar-u, look in the 1386 text 法華経音訓, page 73 column 5 where you will find 句 glossed with the reading マカル. Historically voicing was often not indicated. In modern spelling, this would be 曲がる. (Out of space, so to be continued.)