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Jun
22
reviewed Looks OK How should 手は打ってくる be translated?
Jun
22
reviewed Reviewed How does a single verb construct work when it has both honorific and humble auxiliaries?
Jun
22
reviewed Close Does this sound like a native speaker?
Jun
22
reviewed No Action Needed The usage of そんな感じに to end a scene in narration
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”?
It looks like they wanted both Chinese and Japanese and by whatever process ended up with Japanese twice.
Jun
21
reviewed Reviewed How to say “please be strict with me” in Japanese
Jun
21
awarded  Taxonomist
Jun
21
revised っぺがやる following 連用形
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Jun
21
revised 人間 vs 人 to refer to an individual?
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Jun
21
comment 人間 vs 人 to refer to an individual?
I still don't think "limitation of the writer's vocabulary" is relevant here at all.
Jun
21
revised Relationship between どゆこと and どういうこと
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Jun
21
answered Relationship between どゆこと and どういうこと
Jun
21
comment 人間 vs 人 to refer to an individual?
The question asked "why choose 人間 over 人" and you answered "limitation of the writer's vocabulary".
Jun
21
revised 人間 vs 人 to refer to an individual?
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Jun
21
comment 人間 vs 人 to refer to an individual?
Limited vocabulary? Sorry, but that's nonsense. Do you think anyone (including learners and native speakers) would know 人間 and not 人? And 奴 is almost always used simply as an informal way of saying 人.
Jun
21
revised Are there words still containing を either officially or colloquially?
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Jun
21
revised Are there words still containing を either officially or colloquially?
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Jun
21
reviewed Reviewed What is a 甘えるような態度?
Jun
21
answered Are there words still containing を either officially or colloquially?
Jun
20
revised ainu wiki excerpt
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