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Apr
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reviewed Leave Open Why are points used where furigana would be normally?
Apr
7
comment Why are points used where furigana would be normally?
@SimonGill At least in the manga of the question, the ふりがな seem to have simply been omitted. 口, 聞く, and 事 are all more basic than 彼女 and 自身, but have ふりがな, whereas 彼女 and 自身 just have 傍点.
Apr
7
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
7
answered Whats the difference between ぜひ and もちろん
Apr
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Whats the difference between ぜひ and もちろん
Apr
6
comment Difference between 学習する and 習う?
A few more negative-score answers, I'll be tempted to give you a +1, just for not giving up.
Apr
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comment Difference between 学習する and 習う?
You probably win the award of earning the most downvotes in the shortest period of time. But in a sense, many of your answer are asking for downvotes. Here, saying that one is "it is learning" and the other is "normal learning" is too vague to be useful.
Apr
6
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
6
answered Meaning of 「神様、仏様、X様」
Apr
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revised Why are points used where furigana would be normally?
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Apr
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revised Why are points used where furigana would be normally?
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Apr
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revised Why are points used where furigana would be normally?
added 20 characters in body
Apr
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answered Why are points used where furigana would be normally?
Apr
5
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What does だ mean at the end of a sentence or following a noun
Apr
5
awarded  usage
Apr
5
reviewed Leave Open What is a good idiom for 'not being invested'?
Apr
5
reviewed No Action Needed What is the etymology of お陰で/おかげで and how does the expression relate to the kanji?
Apr
5
reviewed Reviewed kanji 有る, usage in the negative be verb
Apr
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comment kanji 有る, usage in the negative be verb
Just for the record, Google search counts are flawed. It is much better to search a corpus, for example the BCCWJ, which is linked on our resources page.