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Sep
26
accepted What is -からです, and when is it used?
Sep
26
revised How do you say “I don't want to fail” in Japanese? The formal form of it?
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Sep
26
comment 神様がある vs. 神様がいる
+1 good question. And welcome to JLU
Sep
25
revised Are there any Japanese words as versatile as “fuck” in English?
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Sep
25
revised How did 面白 end up meaning “Interesting”?
Clarified grammar.
Sep
25
suggested approved edit on How did 面白 end up meaning “Interesting”?
Sep
25
comment Are there any Japanese words as versatile as “fuck” in English?
Close, but not quite as versatile. しまった is closer to "damn". It can't be used as an adverb like "fuck". e.g. "This is fucking great!"
Sep
25
revised Are there any Japanese words as versatile as “fuck” in English?
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Sep
25
asked question about kanji sports names 蹴球, 籠球, 庭球, and 野球
Sep
24
answered How do you say “I don't want to fail” in Japanese? The formal form of it?
Sep
24
comment “Opposite” of `和製英語`
The one that's always gotten me was セーター (sweater). I used to always make the mistake of saying スエーター, and my Japanese friends would have no idea what I was talking about.
Sep
24
comment Etymology of ひざまずく
Upvoting to counter the unexplained downvote.
Sep
24
comment What is -からです, and when is it used?
Oops. I've always used ですから in lieu of からです, then. I guess people understood and didn't really bother to correct me.
Sep
24
revised や in Kansai-ben when it is not だ
clarified title
Sep
24
suggested approved edit on や in Kansai-ben when it is not だ
Sep
24
revised What is -からです, and when is it used?
removed the incorrect translation, as it was distracting from the core of the question
Sep
24
comment What is -からです, and when is it used?
Removing the incorrect translation, as I think it might be a bit distracting.
Sep
23
comment “Opposite” of `和製英語`
Why doesn't 和製英語 also drive you nuts?
Sep
23
asked What is -からです, and when is it used?
Sep
23
accepted けど vs. が for “but” conjuction