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Mar
26
revised Meaning of sentences ending in の
small addn to note #2
Mar
26
revised An appropriate word for “psyllium seed husk powder” that doesn't describe it as a laxative? (Plantago psyllium L)
minor correction
Mar
26
revised Likely Sentences (Nuance in use of 〜てもらう vs Passive form)
Attempt to make title useful for reference
Mar
26
revised Meaning of sentences ending in の
additional explanation added
Mar
26
revised Meaning of sentences ending in の
minor edits
Mar
26
revised Meaning of sentences ending in の
minor edits
Mar
26
revised Why does Japanese TV News and magazine programs have “mandatory” subtitles/legend?
minor enhancement based on comments
Mar
26
revised Meaning of sentences ending in の
minor edit
Mar
26
revised Can 交番 (koban) be used for old British-style/Dr Who police boxes?
added 378 characters in body
Mar
25
revised Can 交番 (koban) be used for old British-style/Dr Who police boxes?
edited body
Mar
25
revised Can 交番 (koban) be used for old British-style/Dr Who police boxes?
minor edits
Mar
25
revised Can 交番 (koban) be used for old British-style/Dr Who police boxes?
Revised opinion with explanation on meaning of 交番
Mar
25
revised Can 交番 (koban) be used for old British-style/Dr Who police boxes?
Revised opinion with explanation on meaning of 交番
Mar
25
revised Can 交番 (koban) be used for old British-style/Dr Who police boxes?
minor edits
Mar
25
revised Can 交番 (koban) be used for old British-style/Dr Who police boxes?
minor edits
Mar
25
revised Can 交番 (koban) be used for old British-style/Dr Who police boxes?
minor edits
Mar
24
revised Why does Japanese TV News and magazine programs have “mandatory” subtitles/legend?
minor correction
Mar
24
revised Ellipsis: does this と=として, what is the relevant verb in this extract?
attempt to improve translation of rel. clause
Mar
24
revised Ellipsis: does this と=として, what is the relevant verb in this extract?
revised translation based on feedback
Mar
23
revised Ellipsis: does this と=として, what is the relevant verb in this extract?
minor edit (add に)