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Jun
17
comment Is there a logic for deciding when to employ furigana?
I don't think this is a meta question at all. It's an important question about the usage of written Japanese. It should be the author and editor who make decisions about furigana, not the person operating the typesetting machine.
Jun
17
asked What are the differences between じ and ぢ, and ず and づ?
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16
revised slang wiki excerpt
reduce slightly, reword since the slang used by young people is only one kind of slang (refer to wikipedia slang article)
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16
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reduce excerpt, add tag body with see also to idioms tag
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revised set-phrases wiki description
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16
revised How important is one's pitch when speaking Japanese?
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revised pronunciation wiki description
see also phonology, readings, and spelling tags
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revised keigo wiki excerpt
reduce excerpt, see also honorifics tag... needs to be qualified though
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revised keigo wiki description
reduce excerpt, see also honorifics tag... needs to be qualified though
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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?