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seen Oct 17 at 7:20

I've just finished a 9.5 month hitchhiking trip around Asia, learning bits of the languages on the road as needed.

I'm now back home between trips.

召し上がり方
今、売れています
毎日得だ値
超目玉品


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revised How important is one's pitch when speaking Japanese?
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comment Does “keigo” cover only the use of honorific/humble/polite elements, or does it cover the full range and choice of what to use and not use?
A book or website on Keigo or honorifics or Japanese linguistics, or a dictionary perhaps, that defines what is and what is not keigo. Which of the senses do such resources concord with?
Jun
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accepted Why does Japanese have two kinds of adjectives? (-i adjectives and -na adjectives)
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accepted Is “ガール” (gāru) now considered a Japanese word? What about “ガールズ” (gāruzu)?
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comment Does “keigo” cover only the use of honorific/humble/polite elements, or does it cover the full range and choice of what to use and not use?
Are there some references we can check that verify one sense over the other or that both senses are valid?