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Sep
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do you say “My skills in programming languages are Javascript, Zend framework, Yii framework, etc”?
Sep
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on 謙譲語{けんじょうご} nouns such as 弊社{へいしゃ}, etc
Sep
21
revised 華麗にスルーする Ignore someone . . . how exactly?
added 56 characters in body
Sep
21
revised Difference between 貸す and 貸し出す
deleted 21 characters in body; edited title
Sep
21
accepted 華麗にスルーする Ignore someone . . . how exactly?
Sep
21
revised Pronouncing + in dictionary definitions
Replace "know" with "think"
Sep
21
accepted Pronouncing + in dictionary definitions
Sep
21
comment いまさら後悔してみたところで、してしまったことは取り返しがつかない
「たところで…ない」 in 大辞泉
Sep
21
asked Pronouncing + in dictionary definitions
Sep
20
asked 華麗にスルーする Ignore someone . . . how exactly?
Sep
20
revised _っ_り form adverbs
edited body
Sep
19
comment Japanese: “osowarata”?
Be careful of Google Books results you haven't verified with actual books or pictures of books. Their OCR has lots of errors in Japanese.
Sep
19
comment Japanese: “osowarata”?
In Japanese singing, geminate consonants aren't usually held for an entire mora. Instead, the previous vowel is sung again for most of the mora, followed by a very short "gemination" at the end. So instead of お・そ・わ・っ・た, it would usually be more like お・そ・わ・あっ・た. That said, I'm not sure why /r/ would be inserted between the repeated vowels. There are similar processes, though! In singing, a non-phonemic w is commonly (but not consistently) inserted between repeated occurrences of /o/. Perhaps it's something like that?
Sep
19
comment How can you express a “double causative”?
Can you proofread your answer and make sure you typed what you meant to...?
Sep
19
comment Combining a noun phrase with an adjective
@MarioCarneiro I think that you could ask about 先週に versus plain 先週 in a separate question and get a more detailed answer about it.
Sep
19
reviewed Excellent I do not understand the meaning of として in the sentence
Sep
19
reviewed Satisfactory What does [可愛が]りたい mean and how to use it?
Sep
19
reviewed Excellent [因果]{いん・が}: A bass-ackwards contraction?
Sep
19
reviewed Excellent What is the correct syntax for large numbers in kanji?
Sep
19
reviewed Excellent Causative form + te form + another verb construction