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Jan
21
answered 方 - also read ほう when referring to a person?
Jan
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answered 自分の vs 自らの when used for humans
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Dec
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revised The surname 粂 【くめ】
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Dec
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answered The surname 粂 【くめ】
Dec
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comment How to call a wait pointer in Japanese?
In Java, I've seen 待ち状態のカーソル
Dec
4
comment Is 以降 inclusive?
In your particular example, you could say: 16日の翌日から参加できません。However, I would be more inclined to say 17日以降参加できません。
Dec
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answered Is 以降 inclusive?
Dec
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revised What is the nuance between 手数 and 手間?
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Dec
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answered What is the nuance between 手数 and 手間?
Nov
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comment Why does 今度【こんど】 mean “next time”?
@dainichi: Yes, but that question is a lot more difficult. I can't put my finger on it, but I think it is related to the difference between 回 and 度. 回 usually implies something that happens more frequently at regular intervals, while 度 doesn't really have any notion of when something will exactly happen.
Nov
26
comment Differences between the many words for dinner
Let's not forget [晩餐]{ばんさん}.
Nov
26
answered Why does 今度【こんど】 mean “next time”?
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Nov
22
comment What does “ちるの、びるの” mean?
If somebody correctly answers this, I will be very surprised.
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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