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Focusing on the .NET framework.


Apr
12
comment Alignment of people's names
@Dave: Yes, this is only one example, the other link I posted in the comments has a few more examples.
Apr
12
comment Different ways to say “at least” / 「少なくとも」
Also, 以上, for example 6ヶ月以上.
Apr
12
comment Different ways to say “at least” / 「少なくとも」
Just as in English, we would consult a thesaurus, in Japanese, you can consult a 類語辞典.
Apr
12
comment Alignment of people's names
@sawa: I found a link, I believe the case you are talking about is either 5字取り or 7字取り pattern B.
Apr
12
answered Alignment of people's names
Apr
9
revised Difference between ほとんど~ない, めったに~ない and まれ
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Apr
9
comment Pronunciation of す in です and the end of ます verbs
Can anyone offer any particular guidance for people speaking Japanese as a foreign language Use what other people use. Japan has many dialects, and everyone speaks differently.
Apr
9
comment Difference between ほとんど~ない, めったに~ない and まれ
@sawa: Thanks for the comments, I agree with what you said (will update my post later). Question: Do you think there is any difference between テレビをほとんど見ない and テレビをめったに見ない, I feel like the former is better (but maybe that is because its more common).
Apr
9
comment Transitive verb particles
When there is no the object is implied. For example, in ラップで包む I have no idea what you are wrapping.
Apr
9
comment How do I translate a pattern like “Tap to enter comment”?
Additional context would be helpful. Is this for tablet software?
Apr
9
answered Difference between ほとんど~ない, めったに~ない and まれ
Apr
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
26
comment Are the two kanjis 箇所 and 個所 interchange?
They are interchangeable when counting, but for example 危険箇所 is okay but 危険個所 is not, so they are not 100 percent interchangeable.
Mar
23
comment What counter words are used by animals for humans?
@Pacerier: ひとり、ふたり、etc. (at least when you say predator, I assuming you mean the act of hunting).
Mar
13
comment Less-approximate and more-approximate forms of loan words
@TsuyoshiIto: Last comment: I understand your point of view (and agree that コンピューター is more common, but コンピュータ is also used often!), just remember that you are not the only native Japanese speaker in the world and many native Japanese speakers disagree with you!
Mar
12
comment Less-approximate and more-approximate forms of loan words
@TsuyoshiIto: Well, it looks like we aren't the only ones arguing about this あなたは伸ばす派?伸ばさない派? :). (Also, do you know what a アクセント辞典 is?)
Mar
12
comment Less-approximate and more-approximate forms of loan words
@TsuyoshiIto: To make sure I looked up コンピュータ in my 新明解日本語アクセント辞典 which is used by television broadcasters in Japan, and both 長音なし・あり are listed.
Mar
12
comment Less-approximate and more-approximate forms of loan words
@TsuyoshiIto: Google gave me 2,080,000 hits for "コンピュータから" also バッテリ and センサ I hear a lot, but I work in a technical industry so I might have bias.
Mar
12
revised Less-approximate and more-approximate forms of loan words
added 52 characters in body
Mar
12
comment Less-approximate and more-approximate forms of loan words
@TsuyoshiIto: I changed my key so that I hope everything matches up. Basically, 1) becomes original spelling in katakana, and 2) becomes newer spelling :). If you find any other problems let me know. Thanks!