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Jul
21
comment What form is this?
In all my experience with the term verb stem, it has always referred to the part that precedes the -ます of the polite form of a verb.
Jul
21
answered What form is this?
Jul
8
comment Usage of お[冷]{ひや} & お水
Quite different from what others have said. Might this be a regional thing?
Jun
27
accepted Difference in nuance between 証明 and 証拠?
Jun
13
asked translation help: 天気を毎日おんなじにしちゃう
Apr
18
comment What is the difference between 出す and 始める when used as a suffix?
I'm always skeptical of "more formal". In general, if something says "more formal" as an explanation, it's either wrong, or there's a lot more to it than that.
Apr
13
comment How to separate words in a Japanese sentence?
@Pitarou "私はあくまで執事ですから。" Sebastian's catch phrase from Black Butler is a good example.
Mar
4
awarded  Informed
Feb
24
comment “How did you know?” and “how do you know?” in Japanese
Just what I was looking for. Thank you!
Feb
24
accepted “How did you know?” and “how do you know?” in Japanese
Feb
24
asked “How did you know?” and “how do you know?” in Japanese
Dec
29
awarded  Civic Duty
Dec
14
comment How do you write the sound “wu”?
@istrasci Swoozie Kurtz doesn't have her own Japanese wikipedia page, but I managed to find her name on the page for Liar Liar. It's transcribed スウージー・カーツ.
Dec
10
asked Difference in nuance between 証明 and 証拠?
Dec
9
comment How would you say “talking shop” in Japanese?
@TsuyoshiIto that you know of, but who knows. I'd be interested to see what other users have to say.
Dec
7
comment How would you say “talking shop” in Japanese?
@TsuyoshiIto the site says it also means shop talk
Dec
7
answered How would you say “talking shop” in Japanese?
Dec
2
revised What does イケメン mean?
deleted 12 characters in body
Dec
2
comment How to write “Aikido Wa Ichiban Budo Desu”
Why not look up each word individually, or type in each word and see what the IME gives you?
Dec
2
comment What does イケメン mean?
@RachelG. Yea, that's totally fair. he answered halfway through my typing this answer :P