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May
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reviewed Approve ~んだね as command
May
18
reviewed Reviewed Beginner miscomprehension of spoken Japanese - finding wrong word boundaries
May
18
comment Beginner miscomprehension of spoken Japanese - finding wrong word boundaries
Fine if you don't want to use rōmaji, but please don't write romanji ;)
May
18
revised Beginner miscomprehension of spoken Japanese - finding wrong word boundaries
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May
18
revised Why are the verb groups in Japanese called “consonant-stem” and “vowel-stem”?
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May
18
answered Why are the verb groups in Japanese called “consonant-stem” and “vowel-stem”?
May
17
reviewed Reviewed Why are the verb groups in Japanese called “consonant-stem” and “vowel-stem”?
May
17
reviewed Edit Difference between 遍 and 度/回 in occurences
May
17
revised Difference between 遍 and 度/回 in occurences
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May
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reviewed Reviewed Question about Japanese proverb
May
17
reviewed Approve Is the interjection おう really a Chinese loanword?
May
17
reviewed No Action Needed Meaning of, Transitive verb in “te form” + iru vs Intransitive verb in “te form” + iru
May
16
reviewed Close The 普通形 of a verb in Japanese - future and habitual interpretations
May
16
reviewed Approve kanji tag wiki
May
16
comment Is this sentence right?
As you can see from the upvotes of Choco's comment, you'll have to be more precise about "somehow unnatural or incorrect", because at least 8 people here don't seem to understand what you mean...
May
16
reviewed Close Is this sentence right?
May
16
reviewed Close Air in Japanese
May
15
comment How much does it matter if I use the wrong 'if'?
Usually link-only answers are discouraged and a reasonable summary of linked content encouraged. If you don't want to summarize the content of these lesson, this might be better left as a comment on your question.
May
15
revised When particle mo is used to mean also, particle wa is omitted. Does mo also replace ga?
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May
15
reviewed Reviewed When particle mo is used to mean also, particle wa is omitted. Does mo also replace ga?