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Mar
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comment Is it acceptable in Japanese to write kanji characters in the Chinese style?
More examples include the vertical stroke of 画 unjoined; line at the bottom of 直 instead of the square bracket things; and the joined stroke and extra tick in 旅
Feb
9
accepted Difference between the many words for son and daughter
Feb
9
comment Difference between the many words for son and daughter
So 娘さん and お嬢さん are interchangeable?
Feb
9
comment Difference between the many words for son and daughter
Thanks for your detailed answer! Just one thing you might've forgotten to mention: What about 娘さん and お嬢さん?
Feb
8
revised Difference between the many words for son and daughter
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Feb
7
asked Difference between the many words for son and daughter
Feb
2
comment Two definitions of けれども
Are the conjunction and the conjunctive particle interchangeable? For example, can the full stop be removed from the first example or added before the けれども to mean the exact same thing?
Feb
2
accepted Two definitions of けれども
Feb
1
revised Two definitions of けれども
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Feb
1
asked Two definitions of けれども
Jan
9
accepted What's the difference between 思う and 考える?
Jan
8
asked What's the difference between 思う and 考える?
Nov
29
accepted Differences between the many words for dinner
Nov
28
comment Differences between the many words for dinner
So in general order of politeness, it goes: ~[食]{しょく}, ~ご[飯]{はん}, ~[飯]{はん} and then ~[飯]{めし}, with ~[飯]{はん} being the "neutral" politeness?
Nov
27
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Nov
27
comment Differences between the many words for dinner
What about 夜 vs 晩 vs 夕?
Nov
26
revised Differences between the many words for dinner
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Nov
26
asked Differences between the many words for dinner
Nov
26
comment Where does「えっと」come from?
Might as well throw あのう in to the mix
Nov
23
accepted Saying northeast, northwest, north-north-east, etc