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Jun
25
reviewed Reviewed The usage of とは in 緊急招集とは、おだやかではないな
Jun
25
revised What does the word 「間すらない」 mean?
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Jun
25
answered What does the word 「間すらない」 mean?
Jun
24
comment Correct way of saying 'I did not see people in the library'
I think ライブラリ is used primarily for libraries used in computing (like modules, etc.). 図書館 or 図書室 are for libraries in the usual sense (either a separate institution or a small library inside a bigger building).
Jun
24
reviewed Close Te-form beginner question
Jun
24
reviewed Reviewed Te-form beginner question
Jun
24
comment Using からが、からで、からに and からは
Are you asking whether to replace から in the sentence by からが、…、からは? Also, the sentence seems to be a question, but it doesn't end in か。 or ?. Is it supposed to be like that?
Jun
24
reviewed Reviewed Using からが、からで、からに and からは
Jun
24
revised Using からが、からで、からに and からは
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Jun
24
reviewed Close Should the color of Japanese stoplights really translate to “red / yellow / blue”?
Jun
23
comment Are there words still containing を either officially or colloquially?
Related japanese.stackexchange.com/q/758/1628
Jun
23
reviewed No Action Needed Word for “British”? (I don't mean “English / イギリス”)
Jun
23
reviewed Looks OK Word for “British”? (I don't mean “English / イギリス”)
Jun
23
comment Word for “British”? (I don't mean “English / イギリス”)
Did you see this answer by Takashi? 英国人 is used to mean both "British" as well as "English", so it's not a good choice to explain the difference between them...
Jun
23
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23
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Jun
23
revised Word for “British”? (I don't mean “English / イギリス”)
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Jun
23
reviewed Close What's the difference between the ni and de particles?
Jun
22
comment Why might this device have both 原稿面上向き and 送信面上向き as equivalents of “face up”?
I speak no word of Chinese, but it seems that "The original face up" might be something like 原稿面向上. (I found it in a Chinese printer manual.) Hopefully some Chinese speaker will stumble across this.
Jun
22
reviewed Reviewed What's the difference between the ni and de particles?