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Oct
23
accepted Does the volitional form of a verb mean both “lets” and “I want to”?
Oct
22
comment Does it matter whether you drop vowels in spoken Japanese?
@KarlKnechtel: Do or do not. There is no try.
Oct
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What kind of conjugation is 済{す}ませた?
Oct
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is there a list of popular surnames organised by region/prefecture?
Oct
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on らしい / っぽい / みたい question: Why 黒{くろ}っぽい車{くるま} and not 黒{くろ}みたいな車{くるま}?
Oct
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is ~なかって and how is it formed?
Oct
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on らしい / っぽい / みたい question: Why 黒{くろ}っぽい車{くるま} and not 黒{くろ}みたいな車{くるま}?
Oct
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Understanding て in 言葉{ことば}を失{な}くして 壁{かべ}は無関心{むかんしん}
Oct
21
comment Does it matter whether you drop vowels in spoken Japanese?
@KarlKnechtel: You have to explicitly pronounce each syllable, and pronounce them as the Japanese do. So it should be something more like "ah-oh-ii".
Oct
21
comment What's the word to use for “confidential”, as in a company report?
Here is the character: ㊙ Depending on browser font settings, it may not appear, but if you see the character described, then you can copy and paste it. :)
Oct
20
accepted Does タメ語{ご} mean “casual speech”?
Oct
20
answered Does it matter whether you drop vowels in spoken Japanese?
Oct
19
awarded  Altruist
Oct
19
accepted What is あっちゃう in this sentence?
Oct
19
asked What is あっちゃう in this sentence?
Oct
17
revised Are there words so bad that they aren't allowed on television?
Furigana for the win!
Oct
17
comment In customer settings, is it ok to ask for keigo to be repeated in more “normal” Japanese?
Enno and @sawa, I thought the discussion you're having merited a separate question, so I put it here: japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/3484/…
Oct
17
asked Does タメ語{ご} mean “casual speech”?
Oct
15
accepted What makes using ある for people okay in this context?
Oct
15
accepted What is the implication when a gruff old man ends a sentence with わ?