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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.


Jun
12
reviewed Close can かbe repeated [noun] か + かと思うような?
Jun
12
reviewed Looks OK 住んでいたい and 住みたい
Jun
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on genkoyoshi tag wiki excerpt
Jun
11
reviewed No Action Needed difference using と and や ~ など
Jun
11
answered When is よう written in kanji as 様?
Jun
11
revised naming a school headquarters
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Jun
11
comment naming a school headquarters
@EiríkrÚtlendi OP is "Founder and Headmaster of the Geido Kenpo Ninpo Ryu Multisystem martial art" as it says in his profile. I guess he's trying to name his own headquarters in a way that sounds Japanese.
Jun
11
comment Do you need です before から at the end of sentence?
You can also compare this to タクシーは高いからです.
Jun
10
comment What does「英」really mean?
Unfortunately your last sentence implies that you didn't understand the post.
Jun
10
comment naming a school headquarters
Are you looking for an explanation of why the "honbu" of judo is called "kodokan" in order to imitate the naming process for your martial art?
Jun
10
reviewed No Action Needed naming a school headquarters
Jun
10
comment Difference between the words for “living/residing” [住む/棲む/泊まる/暮らす]
Do you just want to know the difference between these options or do you actually hope to find out how to say "residing" in Japanese. Because if you do, at least I would need an example sentence in English using the word "residing".
Jun
10
reviewed Reviewed ‥ができないと vs ‥はできないと
Jun
9
revised What does「英」really mean?
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Jun
9
answered What does「英」really mean?
Jun
9
revised Origin of katakana ン (カタカナの「ン」の字源)
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Jun
8
revised When using もう and まだ does a negative verb always have to be in the (ている) present continuous form?
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Jun
8
revised Origin of katakana ン (カタカナの「ン」の字源)
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Jun
8
comment Origin of katakana ン (カタカナの「ン」の字源)
@Sjiveru Such system is mentioned here, for example: yazumichio.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-425.html I know nothing about it, though.
Jun
7
revised Origin of katakana ン (カタカナの「ン」の字源)
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