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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.


Sep
23
answered Similar example sentences give different meanings
Sep
23
reviewed Satisfactory Similar example sentences give different meanings
Sep
23
reviewed Satisfactory Difference between ために and ように
Sep
23
reviewed Excellent Is there any reference material for the origins of kanji on-yomi?
Sep
23
reviewed Excellent What does にゃ mean at the end of a sentence or as a particle?
Sep
23
reviewed Excellent What is the yomikata of 値 in 破格値?
Sep
23
reviewed Excellent what does 何(+counter)+も+volitional mean? e.g. 何機も買おう
Sep
23
reviewed Excellent The で particle before です
Sep
23
reviewed Excellent Is わくわく waku waku a feminine expression?
Sep
23
reviewed Excellent Choice of さしあげる in お電話さしあげる
Sep
23
reviewed Excellent what is the logic for assigning Kanji characters to certain radicals?
Sep
23
reviewed Reviewed How do you pronounce “☓☓” as a placeholder?
Sep
22
comment Pronunciation of interpoint when listing items
@IgorSkochinsky I'd say it depends on what 4 counts: E.g. 1・2・3・4部屋 should be イチニーサンヨンヘヤ.
Sep
22
comment Pronunciation of interpoint when listing items
@snailboat Sounds reasonable. My answer is really "anything goes", as long as it sounds more like a list.
Sep
22
answered Pronunciation of interpoint when listing items
Sep
22
comment Question about particle に
I should have read the question more carefully. This should have been my answer.
Sep
20
comment となし in 「往{ゆ}け八紘を宇{いえ}となし」
@user54609 Why 見る ため に? ます-stem + に is such a common construction... I would say that 見に行こう should be the contemporary translation.
Sep
20
comment What's the short way to say “me too” and “me (n)either”?
@istrasci It's not, but it seems to be a common way (maybe best called slang) to say "me, too".
Sep
20
reviewed Leave Open Is the Ainu name for every part of the body monosyllabic?
Sep
20
answered What's the short way to say “me too” and “me (n)either”?