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reviewed Close How do 何 and どう change the meaning of these sentences?
Jul
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comment How do 何 and どう change the meaning of these sentences?
This might answer your question: japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/8313/…
Jul
11
reviewed Close How to express “Eternal/Endless Love” on an engraved bracelet
Jul
10
revised What is the most natural way to refer to someone when you don't know their name and don't have a close relationship with them?
fixed furigana
Jul
10
reviewed Reviewed restrictions on what 大きな can modify
Jul
9
comment What is a word for “participation” that resembles “kameseru”?
I think my answer doesn't deserve a downvote, considering that my guess turned out to be correct.
Jul
9
comment What is a word for “participation” that resembles “kameseru”?
I wrote in my answer that 加盟する is definitely not participation in the sense used in the article. (I hope that's not what triggered the downvote.) I still think that someone who obviously has no clue about Japanese is much more likely to come up with a(n incorrect) kanji compound in dictionary form than with an unusual interpretation of 噛む in a rather advanced conjugation of the word. Anyway, what the writer really referred to is anyone's guess...
Jul
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revised What is a word for “participation” that resembles “kameseru”?
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Jul
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answered What is a word for “participation” that resembles “kameseru”?
Jul
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reviewed Close Difference between 朝御飯 and 朝飯
Jul
7
comment Forming a “habitual” sentence: “I usually get up at 7.15”
I see. Could you revise your question to include your explanation? Also, since you're asking about に, I would remove the [phrase] tag and add [particle-ni] and [grammar].
Jul
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reviewed Close Forming a “habitual” sentence: “I usually get up at 7.15”
Jul
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comment Forming a “habitual” sentence: “I usually get up at 7.15”
What would make you think that this sentence is correct/natural? What would make you think that this sentence is incorrect/unnatural? I think you could ask a much better question than provide one translation of a sentence and asking if it is correct. You could, for example, look up different ways of saying "usually" and ask how to choose among those. As it stands, the question will likely get closed as a translation check/request without prior research effort.
Jul
7
comment Few hard to recognize handwritten characters in miniature umbrella
My IME (Anthy) has 仭 as ジン...
Jul
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comment Few hard to recognize handwritten characters in miniature umbrella
"looks like ⺅+刃" There's 仞 (or 仭). "looks like 月+零" That's 腰.
Jul
7
comment Few hard to recognize handwritten characters in miniature umbrella
My impression is that half-simplified half-traditional characters are frequently seen when the full traditional character might be "a bit too much", so that the traditional half gives it the necessary "traditional flavour" and the simplified half makes it easy to read. In that sense, a perfect fit for a souvenir as far as I can tell.
Jul
6
comment Few hard to recognize handwritten characters in miniature umbrella
You need to consult a better dictionary. For example, 𡸴 is a variant of 嶮 (which you should be able to find). You've also misidentified も as ヲ a number of times.
Jul
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reviewed Reviewed Examples of Japanese nouns that seem like adjectives when translated into English eg 曇り
Jul
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comment In what ways do Japanese children overgeneralize conjugation patterns?
Did you maybe hear 飲まして ("let me drink") instead? I've never heard 飲みして either.
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