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Jul
31
comment What's the meaning of すます in 耳をすませば?
sawa: Okay, I'll trust you on that and edit accordingly.
Jul
31
revised Difference between AにB and AはB
Corrected my mistranslation of the use of は.
Jul
31
answered What's the meaning of すます in 耳をすませば?
Jul
31
revised Difference between AにB and AはB
Removed irrelevant tweet text.
Jul
31
answered Difference between AにB and AはB
Jul
30
revised can we omit verbs when speaking casually?
Edited to answer revised question.
Jul
30
answered can we omit verbs when speaking casually?
Jul
30
answered Speaking in the third person
Jul
30
comment Does the Japanese language only have negative terms for flirting?
+1 for taking a shot at it. I haven't heard that particular use of 雰囲気 before. I agree, that it wouldn't fill the lexical gap, but at least it's something.
Jul
30
accepted What is the difference between 照{て}れる and 照{て}れてる?
Jul
29
revised Does the Japanese language only have negative terms for flirting?
By request, changed the title and added lines to make it more clear this is a question about language and not culture.
Jul
29
revised does anyone know of any o-words or go-words which are absolutely neutral?
Updated answer to reflect updated question.
Jul
29
answered does anyone know of any o-words or go-words which are absolutely neutral?
Jul
29
comment Does the Japanese language only have negative terms for flirting?
@Axioplase: The actual act of flirting is done frequently, and is accepted, it's just the observation of it where negative connotations take hold.
Jul
29
revised How would one convey the concept of “vouching” in Japanese?
Fixed typo.
Jul
29
revised What is the difference between 照{て}れる and 照{て}れてる?
edited body
Jul
29
asked Does the Japanese language only have negative terms for flirting?
Jul
29
asked How would one convey the concept of “vouching” in Japanese?
Jul
29
asked What is the difference between 照{て}れる and 照{て}れてる?
Jul
29
accepted What are the origins of ド when used as emphasis, and is it always negative?