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


Sep
14
comment What kind of butterfly is a 「ゼッコーちょう」?
Did you find 絶好調 (ぜっこうちょう)?
Sep
11
revised Need help understanding a line from a song
added 113 characters in body
Sep
11
answered Need help understanding a line from a song
Sep
11
reviewed Reviewed Need help understanding a line from a song
Sep
11
comment Need help understanding a line from a song
Can you explain how much of this you understand?
Sep
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why is particle で used instead of particle と in “Kazoku de dekakeru”?
Sep
10
reviewed Close What does なんて mean?
Sep
10
reviewed Reopen Other words for and familiarity of 桜でんぶ?
Sep
9
reviewed Reviewed Are there any common Japanese words which were borrowed from Ainu or other indigenous languages?
Sep
9
reviewed Reviewed 外来語 (gairaigo) replaced by Japanese word?
Sep
9
reviewed No Action Needed Verb used for “being in a class”
Sep
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What does “irregular” mean in a sense of a missing okurigana letter? (上【あ】がる・上【あが】る, 明【あか】るい・明【あかる】い)
Sep
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why is “ゼロ” more popular than “れい”?
Sep
4
reviewed Leave Open Other words for and familiarity of 桜でんぶ?
Sep
3
reviewed Reviewed 類 in animal and plant names
Sep
2
reviewed Leave Open Adnominalisation (Relative clause - noun - copula structure): What does it mean? How can we translate it?
Sep
2
reviewed Leave Open How should we understand the plain form when used in novels set in the past?
Sep
2
reviewed Leave Open に/で and を/から - particle choice in two JLPT N5 sentences
Sep
2
reviewed Leave Open Can 「〜たら〜た。」structure mean “If I had~then I would have~”?
Sep
2
comment What is the exact meaning of “kaizen”?
Then why didn't you tell us in your question? This way of asking questions is based on the false premise that asking is free. It costs the time and attention of the person reading and answering your question!