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Oct
21
comment Why can 髪の毛 only refer to hair on your head?
This makes more sense. I was told that if it's not 髪の毛, then it would just be called 毛. But if you're saying that it's actually 腕の毛 etc., then I can understand.
Oct
21
asked Why can 髪の毛 only refer to hair on your head?
Oct
4
accepted How do Japanese pronounce microseconds (μ秒)?
Oct
3
accepted What does 金 have in common with triggers/guns?
Oct
3
comment How do Japanese pronounce microseconds (μ秒)?
@Teno: It looks like 秒 is the only one that is not a loanword from the looks of that page.
Oct
3
revised How do Japanese pronounce microseconds (μ秒)?
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Oct
3
asked How do Japanese pronounce microseconds (μ秒)?
Oct
3
comment What does 金 have in common with triggers/guns?
Thinking 金 represented money was a silly mistake of mine. Thanks!
Oct
3
asked What does 金 have in common with triggers/guns?
Oct
3
comment Is there any difference between 大の好物 and 大好物?
@Teno: Thank you! Do you think it depends on which word/phrase is more common? Is 大の親友 used equally as much as 大親友?
Oct
3
revised Why use 数年 in あれから10数年?
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Oct
3
revised Is there any difference between 大の好物 and 大好物?
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Oct
3
asked Is there any difference between 大の好物 and 大好物?
Oct
1
comment Is being called an オタク derogatory?
@user1205935 Oh I see. Well, I suppose it depends on the context. My presumption of it was exactly like the definition Teno posted. Which at first glance looks like a good thing, but there seems to be more to it.
Oct
1
comment Is being called an オタク derogatory?
@user1205935 That is what I'm asking. I'm not Japanese, so I don't know how Japanese think about オタク.
Oct
1
asked Is being called an オタク derogatory?
Oct
1
comment When is it appropriate to use お宅 to refer to the second-person?
@phoenixheart6 In what way is being called an オタク derogatory?
Oct
1
accepted What does コミュニケーションがとれる mean?
Oct
1
comment What does コミュニケーションがとれる mean?
I don't understand how "a team where all members speak a lot to each others" is representative of having communication skills. Is it similar to "a team of members who communicate with each other well"?
Oct
1
asked What does コミュニケーションがとれる mean?