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Mar
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reviewed Reviewed Difference between んい and に
Mar
24
reviewed Leave Open Old japanese translation
Mar
24
comment Dear sir or madame… Japanese Mail Etiquette
No, which is why I asked what it is doing at the start of your letter. I haven't seen your other questions, but your original question contained five Japanese words with already two spelling mistakes and two usage errors, so I'm sort of worried about the rest of the letter, even if somebody helps you nail the opening... =) Are you sure you are asking the right question? Why don't you edit in a short letter from start to finish in standard textbook Japanese (without trying to be fancy). After seeing the tone of the letter it will be much easier to suggest the right opening.
Mar
24
comment Dear sir or madame… Japanese Mail Etiquette
Ahem... お早うござします is not fine, not even for a friendly meeting. And what's (a misspelled) おんちゅ doing there?
Mar
24
reviewed Approve ni-and-de tag wiki
Mar
24
reviewed Approve ni-and-de tag wiki excerpt
Mar
24
revised Is マスカット an accurate translation for “green grape”, and what foreign word is it derived from?
edited tags
Mar
24
reviewed Reviewed Translating “I'm yours”; does あなたのもの work?
Mar
24
comment Translating “I'm yours”; does あなたのもの work?
I think the OP is looking for a more "loving" way of saying "I'm yours" than "I'm your thing". Are you sure you have the right translation there?
Mar
24
answered Is マスカット an accurate translation for “green grape”, and what foreign word is it derived from?
Mar
23
reviewed Reviewed 記する{きする}、 記す{きす}、記す{しるす} - how do I use and/or differentiate between them?
Mar
23
reviewed Reviewed Adverbial Nouns and Temporal Nouns
Mar
23
comment Adverbial Nouns and Temporal Nouns
Hello and welcome to Japanese.SE! This question would be a lot easier to understand if you gave some examples (especially since the English terminology for Japanese grammar varies from book to book).
Mar
23
reviewed Close Trying to understand 私のこと in this sentence
Mar
22
reviewed Reviewed How to describe a recurring/retrieved condition?
Mar
22
reviewed Reviewed How to describe a recurring/retrieved condition?
Mar
22
revised How to describe a recurring/retrieved condition?
added 7 characters in body; edited tags
Mar
22
comment When to use と and こと?
The only phrase you could think of was someone being killed by a potato? Where do you live?
Mar
22
reviewed No Action Needed When to use と and こと?
Mar
22
reviewed Approve When can an adverb use の to modify a noun