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The Portuguese Language proposal on Area 51 is in commitment phase.
Anyone interested in the Portuguese language can commit to the proposal here.

Also, the Latin Language proposal is in definition phase.
Anyone interested in the Latin language can follow the proposal here.


Oct
16
reviewed Close In general, do Japanese people communicate formally or informally when conversing on a forum/commenting/chat?
Oct
15
reviewed Leave Open Why did the author use hiragana instead of kanji in the following examples? (長い,幼い)
Oct
15
reviewed Delete Are ここ, そこ and あそこ prepositions?
Oct
14
reviewed Reviewed Are there a kanji for マル and バツ (O and X, right and wrong)
Oct
14
reviewed Reject どうか〜〜ますように in 「どうか異世界の出来事でありますように」
Oct
14
reviewed Close are the godan verbs always followed by either a,e,i,o or u before a further suffix is added?
Oct
13
comment どうか〜〜ますように in 「どうか異世界の出来事でありますように」
The first couple of search results for ように may already answer the second part of your question. The first part may be answered by the first two results for どうか.
Oct
13
reviewed Reviewed どうか〜〜ますように in 「どうか異世界の出来事でありますように」
Oct
13
revised How to use に限って【かぎって】 correctly
improved formatting
Oct
12
comment How do you write 縮めて in IPA?
You use [c]. Does this mean that the chart on Wikipedia is incomplete/incorrect?
Oct
12
revised How do you write 縮めて in IPA?
edited body
Oct
12
comment How do you write 縮めて in IPA?
@非回答者 Oh, thank you (also for the reference!). Sometimes I confuse myself where the downstep is supposed to be.
Oct
12
answered How do you write 縮めて in IPA?
Oct
12
revised How do you write 縮めて in IPA?
added 18 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Oct
12
reviewed Looks OK How do you write 縮めて in IPA?
Oct
12
answered Meaning of 楽に済ませようとする
Oct
12
reviewed Reviewed Meaning of 楽に済ませようとする
Oct
12
revised Meaning of 楽に済ませようとする
improved formatting
Oct
12
reviewed Leave Open Sentence structure: “I can accomplish (a) by doing (b)”
Oct
12
reviewed No Action Needed Sentence structure: “I can accomplish (a) by doing (b)”