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Nov
22
revised Difference between 回復【かいふく】, 修復【しゅうふく】, 復旧【ふっきゅう】 and 復興【ふっこう】
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Nov
22
revised In which terms, if any, is へつ used as an On-reading of the character 閉?
Fix typo
Nov
22
revised difference between 計画を立てる and 計画をする?
Add furigana
Nov
22
awarded  Sportsmanship
Nov
22
revised What does “随分仲” mean in 「彼氏と随分仲が良い」?
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Nov
21
revised How emotionally loaded is 会いたい【あいたい】?
furigana
Nov
21
revised Difference between 超える【こえる】 and 超す【こす】?
Add furigana
Nov
21
comment Why in this example sentence there's no difference between ごとに and おきに?
@blutorange You can leave that as an answer, if you like.
Nov
21
revised Difference between 超える【こえる】 and 超す【こす】?
They're written with the same kanji, so this question isn't really about a difference between two kanji
Nov
20
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
20
comment Do you need to use の when using へ to modify a noun?
Related: japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/17738/…
Nov
19
revised I don't understand the meaning and “naran” in this sentence 早く日曜日にならんかな
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Nov
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
19
comment What is the difference between 見える【みえる】/聞こえる【きこえる】 and 見られる【みられる】/聞ける【きける】?
Historically speaking, the same change happened to consonant-stem verbs, and the short potential forms we have now are a result of this change. Before that happened, the potential and passive forms were the same for consonant-stem verbs as well.
Nov
19
revised Have I placed “itsu” correctly in the sentence?
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Nov
19
revised What is “Sino-Japanese word order”?
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Nov
19
answered What is “Sino-Japanese word order”?
Nov
18
comment Sorting and Grouping a Japanese Index or Glossary
I just use perl's Unicode::Collate, which implements the Unicode Collation Algorithm.
Nov
18
comment Adverbs in Japanese versus English
I'll remove my comments since this isn't really the right place to discuss basic English grammar, and I don't want to make the off-topic discussion here longer than it already is. You can always start a thread on one of the English sites if you'd like to discuss what an English adverb is.