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Sep
24
comment ありっちゃあり meaning?
ありっちゃあり is a very common expression, but it uses あり and from your translation "well it is there", it's hard to tell whether you understand how あり is used (e.g. in そういう人生もありだと思います).
Sep
24
reviewed Approve What is the etymology of the word Katsu?
Sep
24
reviewed Leave Closed Meaning of トルネル is actually misspelling of トンネル?
Sep
23
reviewed Looks OK Meaning of ある in this sentence
Sep
23
reviewed No Action Needed これらの研究の課題として4点挙げられる ー> having problems understanding
Sep
23
reviewed Looks OK Meaning of ある in this sentence
Sep
23
reviewed Close Japanese introduction speech help for an English Teacher
Sep
23
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Sep
22
comment How to say, “I've been living in America for 9 months” (and still am)?
I think that should be 9月.
Sep
22
comment How to say, “I've been living in America for 9 months” (and still am)?
The question title makes it sound like you're looking for how to say "blank" in Japanese. Why not say How to say "I've been living in America for 9 months? and then adapt the answer as necessary?
Sep
22
revised Is this word slang? アメテ
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Sep
22
revised しゅうと/シュート - The great equalizer
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Sep
22
revised What's the difference between [勝負]{しょうぶ} and [試合]{しあい}
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Sep
22
revised Can 国体 refer to “prefectural” as well as “national”?
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Sep
22
revised Is スポーツ a plural-only word?
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Sep
22
revised What would be the best way to express the term 'master', as in a master of some sport?
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Sep
22
revised What would be the best way to express the term 'master', as in a master of some sport?
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Sep
22
revised Is it appropriate to use [先生]{せんせい} when addressing a ski instructor?
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Sep
22
revised What's the difference between 体育 and スポーツ?
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Sep
22
comment Cheering Japanese (volleyball) team (ゴーリゴーリ)
@macraf I think [sports] is a better tag name than [sports-vocabulary], since it can be used more generally, not only for questions about vocabulary.