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awarded  Enlightened
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Sep
28
comment What does 不可とする mean?
So then "disable" would be appropriate?
Sep
28
asked What does 不可とする mean?
Sep
27
comment How do I say “course duration” in Japanese?
If each course is four years long, then there's a problem. Did you mean "all engineering disciplines"?
Sep
26
revised How do you say “I don't want to fail” in Japanese? The formal form of it?
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comment 神様がある vs. 神様がいる
I wonder if this is related: japanese.stackexchange.com/q/6474/1328
Sep
25
revised How do you say “I don't want to fail” in Japanese? The formal form of it?
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revised How do you say “I don't want to fail” in Japanese? The formal form of it?
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revised How do you say “I don't want to fail” in Japanese? The formal form of it?
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answered How do you say “I don't want to fail” in Japanese? The formal form of it?
Sep
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reviewed Approve What is the difference between the negative forms -ず and -ぬ?
Sep
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comment Why does 「やきもち」 mean to be jealous?
An explanation for the down vote would be nice.
Sep
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19
accepted What is the difference between 恰好 and 格好?
Sep
19
accepted Why do some Japanese men use お袋 to address their mothers?
Sep
18
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
15
reviewed Approve How do you conjugate i- and na- adjectives (into the presumptive, imperative, conditional, provisional, and progressive forms)?
Sep
14
reviewed Edit Counters In Japanese