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Jun
20
revised Are there various ways to use ~し?
typo
Jun
20
revised The many ways to say “and” in Japanese
typo
Jun
20
revised What exactly is the difference between <verb>-てしまう and <verb>- [切]{き}る?
added the note that this answer corresponds to the revision 1 of the question
Jun
19
revised What exactly is the difference between <verb>-てしまう and <verb>- [切]{き}る?
added references to dictionaries
Jun
19
revised What's the difference between “マグロ” (maguro), “ツナ” (tsuna), and “シーチキン” (shiichikin)?
rolled back to a previous revision
Jun
19
revised What's the difference between “さけ” (sake) and “しゃけ” (shake)?
rolled back to a previous revision
Jun
17
revised What is the nuance of この + [first person pronoun]?
edited tags
Jun
17
revised Giving something to oneself
spelling
Jun
16
revised How important is one's pitch when speaking Japanese?
rolled it back
Jun
16
revised pronunciation wiki excerpt
shortened; corrected English (I hope)
Jun
15
revised What's the difference between “さけ” (sake) and “しゃけ” (shake)?
grammar
Jun
15
revised What's the difference between “さけ” (sake) and “しゃけ” (shake)?
added kanji
Jun
15
revised What's the difference between “さけ” (sake) and “しゃけ” (shake)?
grammar
Jun
14
revised Is there a word for the type of onigiri that comes in the triangular wrap that keeps the nori fresh?
replaced the uncommon word “laver” with nori
Jun
14
revised What's the difference between “巻寿司” (makizushi), “海苔巻き” (norimaki), and “巻物” (makimono)?
added a short explanation of nori
Jun
14
revised What's the difference between “巻寿司” (makizushi), “海苔巻き” (norimaki), and “巻物” (makimono)?
replaced laver with nori after reading Boaz Yaniv’s comment
Jun
14
revised How important is one's pitch when speaking Japanese?
made small changes in wording
Jun
13
revised How do I politely ask my boss for a moment of his time?
improved for accuracy and clarity
Jun
13
revised how would a native ask the question “Where are you going later?”
deleted 2 characters in body; edited tags
Jun
13
revised What are common mistakes made by Japanese kombini employees speaking “manual keigo” (バイト敬語)
spelling