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May
3
revised Do Japanese have a similar expression for “the list goes on”?
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May
1
revised Need help with understanding X ことは X construction
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Jan
26
revised How do you use “koto”?
Merged the comments into the question.
Jan
26
revised How do you use “koto”?
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Jan
26
revised How to say “Should we [do something]?”
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Jan
26
revised How to say “Should we [do something]?”
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Jan
26
revised “You and I both know full well” = 「二人ともよく知っている」?
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Jan
26
revised What is “uchi” in “goro uchi”?
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Jan
26
revised What is “uchi” in “goro uchi”?
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Jan
13
revised What is the difference between まだしません and まだしていません?
Clarified the question in the title
Jan
13
revised Are all “on'yomi” monosyllabic?
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Jan
13
revised How are these translations of “I had an exam yesterday” different?
Not quite a translation request, and I think the translation tag was giving unwarranted negative attention.
Jan
7
revised Dictionary entry legend
Moved the main question to the first paragraph because that's what is shown on hover text and question summaries and is a more helpful overview than the example.
Nov
4
revised What is the etymology of べき? How should I visualize it?
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Oct
17
revised What is the meaning and usage of 許せ?
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Oct
17
revised What is the difference between the nominalizers こと and の?
Updating furigana for the new script.
Oct
17
revised でも (demo) versus けど (kedo) to mean “but”
Broke the text into paragraphs for readability.
Oct
17
revised What is the difference between the nominalizers こと and の?
Testing the new furigana script.
May
21
revised Legal characters for first names include: hiragana, katakana, jinmeiyo and joyo kanji. What about latin letters?
Spelling and grammar
May
21
revised What's the most appropriate negative potential form for this situation?
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