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Sep
25
revised Does Vて+いる always mean an action already completed?
Added more clarification of answer sought.
Sep
25
accepted Is this the denial of a statement, or a statement of denial?
Sep
24
revised Does Vて+いる always mean an action already completed?
Typo.
Sep
24
comment Can I use 行っている間(に) in the sense of a habitual action?
I've branched this discussion into another question here: japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/3262/…
Sep
24
asked Does Vて+いる always mean an action already completed?
Sep
20
revised Is this the denial of a statement, or a statement of denial?
Fixed typos.
Sep
20
asked Is this the denial of a statement, or a statement of denial?
Sep
19
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
19
accepted Why isn't a large amount of money a good enough reason to kill someone?
Sep
19
revised Why isn't a large amount of money a good enough reason to kill someone?
Removed erroneous reading for 大金
Sep
19
comment Why isn't a large amount of money a good enough reason to kill someone?
@Louis: I have never heard the word pecuniary before. Who knew I'd learn English on this site... ;) In any case, 金銭 fits fine, but my question is why doesn't 大金 fit.
Sep
19
asked Why isn't a large amount of money a good enough reason to kill someone?
Sep
19
awarded  Electorate
Sep
19
accepted What is an appropriate response to お疲{つか}れ様{さま}です in non-work situations?
Sep
19
revised What is an appropriate response to お疲{つか}れ様{さま}です in non-work situations?
Removed focus on "Americans", which was an oddly constructed sentence in any case.
Sep
18
accepted Blue blistering barnacles, what is Captain Haddock saying?
Sep
18
accepted Can と be used with verbs other than 思う to imply a thought process behind the action?
Sep
17
reviewed Approve dictionary tag wiki
Sep
12
comment Non-distinguished animal pairs in Japanese
@Pacerier: I'm not sure what you are referring to when you say "a one to one mapping". In science, they have terms to differentiate all animals, and I believe the standard is to use katakana. However, in every day Japanese, the animals discussed in the question simply aren't differentiated.
Sep
12
revised Counter for 熊 (bears): ひき or 頭?
Added important point from the comments.