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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.


Apr
15
comment How to thank somebody for their hospitality?
Are you aware of お世話になりました?
Apr
15
reviewed Close What does お土産持しててね mean?
Apr
15
reviewed Close 雨を降っています - grammatically correct sentence or just typo?
Apr
15
reviewed Close What does なきや mean?
Apr
15
reviewed Close What is ~なかって and how is it formed?
Apr
15
reviewed Leave Open Difference between 颜 and 顔
Apr
15
reviewed Close What is あっちゃう in this sentence?
Apr
15
reviewed Close 抱った vs 抱いた and 書った vs 書いた
Apr
15
reviewed Close What Does 火信 Mean?
Apr
15
reviewed Close What does やい mean?
Apr
15
reviewed Close Pronunciation and meaning of 
Apr
15
reviewed Close Meaning of しやしま as sentence ender
Apr
15
reviewed Close What does ワソマソ mean?
Apr
15
reviewed Leave Open Usage (correctness) of だと after verbs
Apr
15
comment Why should I use つかれました and not つかれたです
@dainichi Almost any rule can be broken and I hear つかれたです often enough. I don't like telling people "this is wrong", when it is in fact used by native speakers. In this case, though, I thought that something to the effect of "It's technically wrong, but people use it" would be misleading, considering the OP didn't yet understand the difference between an adjective and a verb and I thought it wise to label つかれたです simply as ungrammatical.
Apr
15
reviewed Edit suggested edit on What does it mean to write wasei-eigo and gairaigo in Romaji?
Apr
15
revised What does it mean to write wasei-eigo and gairaigo in Romaji?
fixing English of the question -- repeated incorrectly the use of "opposed"
Apr
14
reviewed Leave Open How to say “I will just let future me deal with it” in Japanese?
Apr
14
reviewed Reviewed How to say “I will just let future me deal with it” in Japanese?
Apr
14
reviewed Looks OK Counters In Japanese