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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.

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May
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answered Meaning of よりまし in バンパー外すよりまし
May
30
comment Meaning of よりまし in バンパー外すよりまし
Do you realize that よりまし should be parsed as より + まし?
May
29
reviewed Reviewed Is 拒絶反応対受け入れ a grammatically correct way to say “acceptance versus rejection”?
May
26
reviewed No Action Needed Use of です or あります in the sentence それは椅子
May
26
reviewed No Action Needed Use of です or あります in the sentence それは椅子
May
24
reviewed Leave Closed 実在する “to exist” or “to be real”?
May
24
comment 実在する “to exist” or “to be real”?
Here's what Google Translate thinks how to say "One Piece is real" in Japanese: 1枚は本物だ. (Caveat: For those who don't read Japanese, read this as "don't trust Google Translate".)
May
24
comment 実在する “to exist” or “to be real”?
Just to give you an idea what kind of question I would expect, I've edited your question. You can undo my edit if you think it doesn't reflect your question well. Even in the current format, it might still be considered off-topic.
May
24
revised 実在する “to exist” or “to be real”?
deleted 8 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
May
24
reviewed Close Are there any restrictions on the usage of the て-form as a continuation?
May
24
reviewed Looks OK Are there any restrictions on the usage of the て-form as a continuation?
May
23
reviewed No Action Needed In technical usage, is there any difference between 間投詞 and 感動詞?
May
23
reviewed Reviewed Noun+Adjective - What are the rules/usages?
May
22
reviewed Looks OK How to say pork loin in Japanese
May
22
reviewed Leave Open Can Chinese and Japanese calligraphy of the same character be identified as such?
May
21
answered Usage of -さ with そうな
May
21
comment Using “page” in these sentences? (using counters and の to modify a noun)
No, 2 is certainly grammatical and it can even be meaningful: "Read the book on the 6th page", for example "Read the book listed on the 6th page of this pamphlet".
May
20
reviewed Reviewed What's the difference between 降{ふ}る and 落{お}ちる?
May
20
awarded  Enlightened
May
19
accepted How would one emulate capitalized letters in Japanese?