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Jan
24
comment 「勉強{べんきょう}を続{つづ}ける」 vs.「勉強をやり続ける」
づ and ず are both romanized as zu most of the time (because romanization is usually intended to reflect pronunciation, not kana), but in some schemes づ is du, and a few people still write dzu.
Jan
22
revised What's the difference between こそ and さえ in 「忙しくて昼ごはんを食べる時間___ない」
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Jan
22
revised usage of ていた in 俺の一撃は、彼のもう一本の剣にギリギリで弾かれていた
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Jan
21
revised transitivity wiki description
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Jan
21
revised transitivity wiki excerpt
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Jan
21
revised What's the meaning of と in 「『・・・・・・』っていう文章だと良かった」?
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Jan
19
revised The difference between する and している with onomatopoeias
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Jan
19
comment Different kanji forms for “みる”
They list 回る【みる】/廻る【みる】. I've never seen that word before―it looks like it's archaic, so you can probably ignore it here and focus on 見る etc.
Jan
19
revised Pronunciation of す in です and the end of ます verbs
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Jan
18
revised How does 別に function as an adverb?
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Jan
18
reviewed Approve How is the adjective 多い being used as a noun 多く here?
Jan
18
reviewed Approve What does として mean in 「ペットとしてしいくするのはかんたんです。」?
Jan
17
reviewed Approve Why does 出る accepts を although it is an intransitive verb?
Jan
16
comment What does として mean in 「ペットとしてしいくするのはかんたんです。」?
"Keeping" is one possible translation.
Jan
16
awarded  Necromancer
Jan
16
revised translation wiki excerpt
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Jan
16
reviewed Leave Open Requirement of の in this sentence?
Jan
16
revised Requirement of の in this sentence?
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Jan
15
comment 「もんか」の使い方を教えてくれませんか?
It looks like the example might have come from that site. (Of course, we can't tell for sure unless the OP decides to tell us―this question would be better with some details.)
Jan
15
comment How do you use 教わる【おそわる】?
Someone should probably point out that 教わる is a transitive verb, so it can't be the intransitive equivalent of 教える.