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May
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accepted Preferred beginner's term for “flight”?
May
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comment Preferred beginner's term for “flight”?
Aha I had actually used this word I knew as the one for airplane thinking I was speaking pidgin Japanese. I thought I could hear people saying it back to me and started to wonder if it might be the right word, despite not being in the resources I checked. @lc.: Oddly, this is my first time in several visits that I'm leaving Japan by plane and not by ferry from Shimonoseki to Busan! (-:
May
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revised Preferred beginner's term for “flight”?
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May
16
comment Preferred beginner's term for “flight”?
@snailboat: It's in the English Wiktionary's translation table for "flight". That doesn't mean it's not a mistake of course! (-:
May
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revised Preferred beginner's term for “flight”?
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May
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asked Preferred beginner's term for “flight”?
May
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revised Structure and meaning of this sentence
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May
16
revised Should I use スタート for “start a new game” or something else?
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May
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revised What's the meaning of にあたって/にあたり? How can I translate it?
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May
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revised What are some different ways to use これから?
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May
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revised Verb + うる form. What is this?
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May
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revised Difference between 気をつけて, お大事に and お元気で
add furigana since this is a beginner question, also some whitespace
May
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revised What does セレブ mean these days?
you don't need to point out your edit, at least not for very long (-:
May
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revised Volitional + が ; ~おう + が
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May
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revised What is the difference between お元気に、お元気で、気をつけて?
furigana since this is a beginners question, minor english fixes
May
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revised Verb + うる form. What is this?
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May
15
revised よると or よれば? Which one is “according to”?
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May
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revised Should I use スタート for “start a new game” or something else?
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May
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revised Correct particle usage: を or は?
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May
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comment Is there a term for words that share the same kana spelling?
@senshin: Sorry it wasn't long vowels after all, but -er endings: ブラウザ or ブラウザー? Words borrowed from English which end with -er - For the mute vowels see here: What are the rules regarding “mute vowels” (“u” after “s” and “i” after “sh”)?