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Oct
14
comment Can 野郎{やろう} really have that many meanings?
@Alenanno: Thanks for your suggestion, but I disagree completely. Huge blocks of text are unwelcoming. This is the style I prefer.
Oct
13
asked Can 野郎{やろう} really have that many meanings?
Oct
13
awarded  Investor
Oct
13
asked What makes using ある for people okay in this context?
Oct
13
asked Does the volitional form of a verb mean both “lets” and “I want to”?
Oct
13
asked What is the implication when a gruff old man ends a sentence with わ?
Oct
12
revised Translation of “に” into “natural” English
Corrected spelling.
Oct
11
reviewed Approve
Oct
11
comment What is the difference between がる and ぎみ?
Just in case it's not clear, the reason I ask for your translation is that for me, saying someone looks exhausted but still living implies that they look really, really exhausted. As in, they look near dead, which is why one clarifies they are still living (even though it's all probably just hyperbole). So when you say 気味 is only a "slight" indication, it seems to not fit with the rather extreme image I get from reading the sentence.
Oct
10
asked What is the difference between がる and ぎみ?
Oct
10
accepted What are the different nuances of saying 変{へん}?
Oct
7
awarded  Fanatic
Oct
7
revised What are the different nuances of saying 変{へん}?
Removed reference to adverb.
Oct
7
revised Natural way to command “call <someone>”
Another typo fixed.
Oct
7
asked What are the different nuances of saying 変{へん}?
Oct
6
revised Natural way to command “call <someone>”
Corrected where を should be に.
Oct
6
comment Natural way to command “call <someone>”
@sawa: Oh, thanks! Yeah, I mess up my particles a lot. I'll correct my answer accordingly.
Oct
6
comment Natural way to command “call <someone>”
@sawa: I rewrote my answer to be more clear about what I mean about how speech recognition software parses speech.
Oct
6
revised Natural way to command “call <someone>”
Had a better idea for how this could be done, so I completely rewrote it.
Oct
6
answered Natural way to command “call <someone>”