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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.


Feb
19
reviewed Reviewed Why is カラオケ (karaoke) written in katakana?
Feb
18
comment Is this って equivalent to 「と」?
@TokyoNagoya I don't think that tells the OP very much. Looking at the downvotes and assuming that you downvoted the wrong answers, all we can deduce is that you suggest that cypher and Axioplase's answers are not wrong.
Feb
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on 知らない方がいいって事もあるんです
Feb
17
answered 小鳥のキス is this an expression or does it mean something else?
Feb
17
revised Difference between ~ざる and ~ぬ
added 4 characters in body
Feb
17
comment what is the name of the abbreviated writing style used in newspapers?
@TokyoNagoya Is 発信, e.g., abbreviated? That is, would it be called a 省略語?
Feb
17
asked Difference between ~ざる and ~ぬ
Feb
17
reviewed Close Help with translation, please!
Feb
16
reviewed Reviewed How do i read 翼 in “one-winged”
Feb
16
reviewed Looks OK Is 年寄り “neutral” or “positive”?
Feb
16
reviewed Looks OK なってきています and なっています
Feb
14
reviewed Close pronounciation of ひと
Feb
14
reviewed Reviewed Using negative verb forms with はず
Feb
11
reviewed Close Do people who speak Chinese use kanji more when writing Japanese?
Feb
10
reviewed Close Should I say this differently?
Feb
9
reviewed Leave Open Japanese dictionary with IPA pronunciations
Feb
9
reviewed Reviewed Help identifying a low-res kanji
Feb
8
reviewed Looks OK Meaning of という when it doesn't mean 'to call' 'to be called' or 'to say'
Feb
7
reviewed Reviewed The “right” way to write Japanese lyrics
Feb
7
comment deconstructing それが元で
I have read this question several times and am thinking either the answer should already be obvious to you, or I don't understand what you're asking. Do you realize that you can have practically any sentence ending in で and then follow it by another sentence?