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The Portuguese Language proposal on Area 51 could use your support. Anyone interested in the Portuguese language can follow the proposal here.

Also, the Latin Language proposal is in definition phase. Anyone interested in the Latin language can follow the proposal here.


Aug
1
reviewed Close How would you say “this song is played” and “in some places/cities” in natural Japanese?
Aug
1
reviewed Leave Open What does 'hikarian' mean?
Jul
28
awarded  Enlightened
Jul
28
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
26
revised Can うちは mean the same thing as うちに?
improved formatting
Jul
26
revised Except for pitch, what are the differences in pronunciation between Kansaiben and Tokyoben?
corrected small typos
Jul
26
revised Except for pitch, what are the differences in pronunciation between Kansaiben and Tokyoben?
improved formatting
Jul
25
reviewed Approve 明日が/明日は, what's the difference?
Jul
25
reviewed Close What is the て-form of みます?
Jul
25
reviewed Leave Open “Oh no!” - How do the Japanese express feelings of negative shock towards bad news?
Jul
24
answered ではないか Grammar translation
Jul
24
revised Do these two questions differ in any way?
edited title
Jul
24
comment What do you call brothers or sisters of the same age?
Twins are entered in the first-born first order in the 戸籍謄本 as well and the first-born twin is considered 長男 (in the case of two twin boys with at most older sisters).
Jul
24
revised 影 vs 形 vs 形状. What's the difference between them?
edited body; edited title
Jul
23
reviewed Close Japanese Character-based Input (Cang Jie)
Jul
23
revised When is it possible to split である in で+ある
edited tags
Jul
23
answered When is it possible to split である in で+ある
Jul
23
reviewed Leave Open Accepting compliments (without rejecting them)
Jul
23
reviewed Reopen Some Japanese dictionaries (e.g. 大辞林, 大辞泉, and 明鏡国語辞典) use this inverted triangle outline symbol (▽) for some kanji compounds. What does it mean?
Jul
23
reviewed Leave Closed How to say “Food of Light”