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Jul
22
revised The usage of そんな感じに to end a scene in narration
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Jul
22
revised When to use the particle 'ga' in questions?
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Jul
22
revised Use of である in formal writing after volitional form
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Jul
22
revised 息がつく(つける) and 息をつく(つける) difference?
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Jul
21
answered Sentence ending with でもあった
Jul
21
reviewed Reviewed Different ways to refer to oneself (2-in-1 question)
Jul
21
reviewed Reviewed Sentence ending with でもあった
Jul
21
comment Sentence ending with でもあった
I don't understand what you're trying to say with "でもあったfollows suit".
Jul
21
reviewed Reviewed Sentence ending with でもあった
Jul
21
reviewed Reviewed ヤマトナデシコ七変化 translation
Jul
21
reviewed Reject ヤマトナデシコ七変化 translation
Jul
21
revised Saying “you're welcome” at the workplace
edited tags
Jul
21
comment Would someone like to explain this sentence for me, please?
Wouldn't くらい be usually written in kana here? Sometimes one has to be careful with learning from free Anki lists, because the lists are usually written by learners and might not always contain good or natural Japanese. I've also seen Anki decks with sentences from Harry Potter, for example. Such decks, made from real-life Japanese sources, might be more reliable for learning natural Japanese. (Of course it doesn't hurt knowing that the adverbial particle くらい is derived from the noun 位, but it's probably good to know that they work differently.)
Jul
21
answered Saying “you're welcome” at the workplace
Jul
21
reviewed Reject What is the correct way of saying “see you”?
Jul
21
reviewed Leave Closed Japanese for the tech industry
Jul
21
reviewed Approve Japanese for the tech industry
Jul
20
comment Japanese for the tech industry
I forgot to mention, "Welcome to Japanese.SE!" but resource requests are off-topic for the main site. We maintain a fairly comprehensive list of resources on our "meta" page.
Jul
20
comment Japanese for the tech industry
600-700 kanji sounds (to me) like "tech industry" is unnecessary detail for now. Maybe focus on learning some more Japanese first (at least learn reading the remaining jōyō kanji and the associated vocabulary). If you're conversationally fluent, that might go a lot faster than you might expect. Taking a JLPT test will also likely increase your chances. At your level, you can probably try for N3. Knowing more (general) Japanese isn't just good for getting the job, but especially useful once you have a job.
Jul
20
reviewed Close Japanese for the tech industry