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Focusing on the .NET framework.


Nov
22
comment Are there any common grammatical errors made by native Japanese speakers?
@jogloran: Prescriptively, yes. Here is a link in Japanese talking about it. However, it is so common, taking a descriptive approach might be better (still up for debate).
Nov
22
revised Are there any common grammatical errors made by native Japanese speakers?
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Nov
22
answered Are there any common grammatical errors made by native Japanese speakers?
Nov
22
comment Are there any common grammatical errors made by native Japanese speakers?
@chocolate: Actually, that is a common misconception, see here.
Nov
21
revised What is the difference between 家屋, 家 and 住居
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Nov
21
answered What is the difference between 家屋, 家 and 住居
Nov
18
comment ひらく / とじる vs. あける / しめる
@Flaw: That would be 開く. Just like when you open a book, you do not open up a new 空間, the focus is more on the action.
Nov
17
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
15
revised How should I respond to a client after receiving materials?
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Nov
15
revised How should I respond to a client after receiving materials?
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Nov
15
revised How should I respond to a client after receiving materials?
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Nov
15
revised How should I respond to a client after receiving materials?
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Nov
15
answered How should I respond to a client after receiving materials?
Nov
15
comment Interpreting 開ける when talking about 暇なとき
@dainichi: Yeah, my first guess was she bought a new game and hadn't played it yet, but the guess in the answer was based off of reading older posts.
Nov
14
revised Interpreting 開ける when talking about 暇なとき
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Nov
14
answered Interpreting 開ける when talking about 暇なとき
Nov
12
answered Is there an idiomatic meaning for 口の中?
Nov
8
comment Why does 「頭にきた」signify being mad at something?
+1: To back this up: 怒りや悲しみや驚きなどのために、頭に血がのぼる (reference).
Nov
7
revised What is the difference in usage between 準備 用意 and 覚悟
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