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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.
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Jul
18
reviewed Reviewed そんなの (sonnano), あんなの, (annano) and the like
Jul
17
reviewed Reject Why did this pirate get angry when he was given a bottle?
Jul
17
comment What is the difference between それでいい and それがいい here?
Ah, ok. Usually "this" (Jap. これ) is for things close to oneself and "that" is for things away from oneself (Jap. それ and あれ, where Japanese distinguishes between close to the listener and away from both speaker and listener).
Jul
17
comment What is the difference between それでいい and それがいい here?
Why do you translate それ as "this" rather than "that" (twice)?
Jul
17
reviewed Close となる - Grammatical explanation please
Jul
17
reviewed No Action Needed What is “koto” used for?
Jul
16
awarded  Revival
Jul
16
reviewed Leave Open Kanji stroke type (not stroke order)
Jul
16
awarded  Deputy
Jul
16
awarded  Vox Populi
Jul
16
awarded  Strunk & White
Jul
16
answered Kanji stroke type (not stroke order)
Jul
16
revised Kanji stroke type (not stroke order)
added 21 characters in body
Jul
16
comment 電話する or 電話をする to form the verb
Have you seen these questions: japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/4006/… and japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/1532/… ?
Jul
16
revised How to say “rough year” or “rough time”?
added 13 characters in body; edited tags
Jul
16
answered How to say “rough year” or “rough time”?
Jul
15
comment Is ending question sentences with の really feminine?
@DariusJahandarie I think that 今何をしてるの? is fine as an honest inquiry, but I think it is not distinctly male speech. My answer says that honest questions in male speech usually don't use の. I still think that's fine as a general guideline, but of course it's not very clear cut since male speakers often mix male speech with neutral speech. (I sort of assume that male speech doesn't contain neutral speech. Does that make any sense?)
Jul
14
comment に/で as time particles. What's the difference?
@Choko Unfortunately Tim's sentence was missing a word. I'm guessing "Tea is the only drink I have at breakfast"...
Jul
14
reviewed No Action Needed ニッポン? Why Kana?
Jul
14
comment ニッポン? Why Kana?
Notice any other super bizarre words written in kana?