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Sep
25
reviewed Approve Why is it なさそう and not なそう
Sep
22
reviewed Approve What is the purpose of the suffix “さ” on adjectives?
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
11
answered The thin line? What is 線がうすい's meaning and etymology?
Sep
11
reviewed Approve What is the difference between とはいえ and と(は)いっても?
Sep
11
revised ~なければならない and ~によって auxiliary meanings
improved formatting
Sep
10
comment What's the difference between 創始者、創業者、創設者 and 創立者?
Related: Difference between 創立、設立、樹立
Aug
31
comment “Sunday this week” or “Sunday next week”
For the record, the upcoming Sunday is Sept. 2nd - at least on my calendar today.
Aug
31
answered How would you say “talking shop” in Japanese?
Aug
2
awarded  Enlightened
Aug
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
1
awarded  Yearling
Feb
24
comment word search: voluntary pause between desire and action
Did the text you read say why you would want to wait before taking action? For example, for being polite, or just because you're unsure?
Feb
17
awarded  Tag Editor
Dec
28
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
16
reviewed Approve Can we optionally include (or exclude) an を particle in between the noun of the する-verb and the する itself?
Dec
12
reviewed Approve When and how did USA and UK come to be written as [米]{べい}[国]{こく} and [英]{えい}[国]{こく}?
Nov
18
awarded  Necromancer
Nov
18
answered I can't stand 立つ【た・つ】: Do all its meanings derive from “stand”?
Nov
17
comment Is this sentence making a comparison?
I agree with syockit. Also, I think how you read "何か" only affects its casualness and never its core meaning...so, you can always start out with なにか and maybe switch to なんか if the context calls for a more casual reading.