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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 commitment phase. Anyone interested in the Latin language can follow the proposal here.


Jul
18
reviewed Reviewed When should I use で or を particles?
Jul
18
comment When should I use で or を particles?
No, not quite. を can be "spatial", like 空を飛ぶ, so that 公園を散歩します is actually correct and frequently used.
Jul
18
reviewed Close When should I use で or を particles?
Jul
18
comment How should I select what first-person pronoun to use?
This doesn't seem to answer the question (the question asks how to choose between 私, 僕 and 俺 and whether to stick to one once you choose one), but seems to be a comment on the other answers.
Jul
18
reviewed Reviewed When should I use で or を particles?
Jul
18
revised When should I use で or を particles?
deleted 7 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Jul
18
reviewed Looks OK Using the stem form of a verb like the て form, as in 燃えゆく or 飲みほして
Jul
18
reviewed Reviewed そんなの (sonnano), あんなの, (annano) and the like
Jul
17
reviewed Reject suggested edit on 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