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Sep
4
asked Why does 「やきもち」 mean to be jealous?
Sep
2
awarded  Civic Duty
Sep
1
accepted How did 家, 手, and 士 come to be included in the names of professions?
Aug
30
reviewed Approve homonyms tag wiki excerpt
Aug
29
comment How would you say “talking shop” in Japanese?
@Tim Interesting. I asked some other people if they had heard of it, but none had. Is it old?
Aug
28
comment How would you say “talking shop” in Japanese?
I've never heard of "talking shop", is that a phrase used in a specific area or region?
Aug
27
comment How did 家, 手, and 士 come to be included in the names of professions?
@Gradius: How will I learn anything if I only memorize something? If you don't think there is a consistent rule then why not make that an answer?
Aug
27
comment How did 家, 手, and 士 come to be included in the names of professions?
@Chocolate: Thanks for the edit! Those are always confusing to me!
Aug
27
comment How did 家, 手, and 士 come to be included in the names of professions?
This is why I used specific examples like 歌手. I cannot understand the role 手 plays or why it was chosen for this profession.
Aug
27
asked How did 家, 手, and 士 come to be included in the names of professions?
Aug
26
revised Beginners Japanese learning resources
edited tags
Aug
26
accepted what does 自己PR mean?
Aug
25
accepted Where does the phrase 「ノリが悪い」 come from and what is the meaning?
Aug
25
asked Where does the phrase 「ノリが悪い」 come from and what is the meaning?
Aug
23
comment How 「えい」 should be pronounced in the words like 英語, 先生, etc?
Possibly related: japanese.stackexchange.com/q/5548/1328
Aug
23
accepted What is the difference between 流体 and 液体?
Aug
23
asked What is 我が身 and how is it justified in this sentence?
Aug
23
revised What is the difference between 流体 and 液体?
edited body
Aug
23
asked What is the difference between 流体 and 液体?
Aug
23
comment What does 「のいう」 mean in this sentence?
Ahh so it means "something that he said/says"? Or is it like "a phrase that is his own"?