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Mar
22
reviewed Reviewed How to describe a recurring/retrieved condition?
Mar
22
revised How to describe a recurring/retrieved condition?
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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
Mar
21
reviewed Approve joyo-kanji tag wiki
Mar
21
reviewed Approve false-etymology tag wiki
Mar
21
reviewed Approve joyo-kanji tag wiki excerpt
Mar
21
reviewed Approve kana-usage tag wiki excerpt
Mar
21
reviewed Approve false-etymology tag wiki excerpt
Mar
21
reviewed Approve kana-usage tag wiki
Mar
21
reviewed Leave Open What are all the nuances and uses of 至る? (に至って) (に至っては) (に至っても) (に至る)
Mar
20
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
20
comment 木 vs 樹 for trees
@naruto Note that it says "新字新仮名" on the aozora.gr.jp page, which means that 仮名 and 漢字 have been updated to modern usage. 青空 seems to not have a version of 風の又三郎 faithful to the original. But if you look at 銀河鉄道の夜, there are three versions, one of which is labelled "旧字旧仮名" and corresponds to the original text. In any case, I think it is a fair question "why 宮沢賢治 would switch back and forth between these two characters".
Mar
19
revised Do Japanese people see ツ as a smiling face?
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Mar
19
reviewed Leave Open Do Japanese people see ツ as a smiling face?
Mar
19
comment Do Japanese people see ツ as a smiling face?
@Eric I've been told that by native Japanese speakers. To English speakers, it probably looks too much like u =)
Mar
19
answered Do Japanese people see ツ as a smiling face?
Mar
19
reviewed Reviewed Do Japanese people see ツ as a smiling face?
Mar
19
reviewed No Action Needed A bit confused about the usage of どころ?