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Feb
12
revised What do these two phrases with さえ and ように mean?
added 12 characters in body
Feb
10
revised How do I use がする? (ex: いい香りがする)
typo
Feb
5
revised Working with parentheses (English vs Japanese)
edited tags
Feb
4
revised Which personal pronouns and sentence ending particles would an old man use?
added ruby to お主 in response to istrasci’s comment
Feb
4
revised Which personal pronouns and sentence ending particles would an old man use?
translated 役割語 to “role language”
Feb
3
revised Why is this sentence grammatically incorrect?
added link
Feb
3
revised Is Japanese understandable without pitch?
rolled back to a previous revision
Jan
31
revised Pronunciation of しゃ, し, しゅ, しぇ, and しょ
switched to an example about which I am more confident
Jan
31
revised Pronunciation of しゃ, し, しゅ, しぇ, and しょ
added some more explanation
Jan
31
revised kanji 有る, usage in the negative be verb
better wording
Jan
31
revised Pronunciation of しゃ, し, しゅ, しぇ, and しょ
changed the example from し to しゃ, しゅ, しぇ, しょ to avoid the possibility of further palatalization; small changes in wording
Jan
29
revised Meaning of sentence -てまでする
added a link to a closely related question
Jan
29
revised Does the 助動詞「ます」 still have a 連体形 in modern Japanese?
better translation (I hope it is better…)
Jan
13
revised Is it acceptable in Japanese to write kanji characters in the Chinese style?
eliminated the reference to nationality or heritage
Jan
8
revised Is “anyone” 人はいます or 誰でも?
fixed formatting (in response to comment on revision 5)
Dec
29
revised What does はくださらない mean?
rolled back to a previous revision
Dec
29
revised Can someone further explain the difference between 一緒に and 共に?
give the context first
Dec
24
revised What does はくださらない mean?
descriptive title
Dec
21
revised What's the (real) difference between 飲む and 食べる?
English
Dec
21
revised Does 寒気がする really mean “have a chill” or is it just cold?
changed the wording because one can feel 寒気 from sickness even when one does not actually have a fever