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Apr
26
comment Which kanji has the greatest number of strokes?
@ジョン Aw, not fair, I've only seen it romanized. :)
Apr
26
revised When is it appropriate to say ご[機嫌]{きげん}よう?
added 7 characters in body; edited title
Apr
26
asked When is it appropriate to say ご[機嫌]{きげん}よう?
Apr
26
asked How do you write someone's name if you don't know what kanji to use?
Apr
26
asked Why is katakana sometimes used to replace hiragana?
Apr
26
accepted Why is 「この人」 sometimes pronounced like 「このしと」?
Apr
26
accepted How can 「うん」 be used to mean both “yes” and “no?”
Apr
26
comment How can 「うん」 be used to mean both “yes” and “no?”
On a side note, I really need to go through Genki myself. I've been stuck with some pretty awful textbooks in my Japanese classes so far!
Apr
26
comment Which kanji has the greatest number of strokes?
@Matt Taito is the name of a video game company. Does that make it real? ;)
Apr
26
comment Which kanji has the greatest number of strokes?
Wow, this is a great find. It does touch on Japanese kanji as well, but even the obscure Chinese characters are really cool. Thanks!
Apr
26
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Apr
26
comment Why does furigana occasionally appear as katakana?
I should have pointed out that in the actual anime (and likely in the manga as well), the characters do pronounce 部 as ぶ. Quite frequently, if not always. So this was where my confusion arose from. :)
Apr
26
asked Can 物 be added to any word to make it mean “things?”
Apr
26
revised Why does furigana occasionally appear as katakana?
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Apr
26
revised How can 「うん」 be used to mean both “yes” and “no?”
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Apr
26
accepted Who decides what katakana will be used to form English loan words?
Apr
26
asked How can 「うん」 be used to mean both “yes” and “no?”
Apr
26
asked Can ま be used as an interjection to connote an indignant tone?
Apr
26
asked Why are there so many sound symbolic words?
Apr
26
revised Who decides what katakana will be used to form English loan words?
Made my reasoning for asking this question more apparent