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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.


Oct
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reviewed Close Only 〜ます in ending verb vs. 〜ませんでした
Oct
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reviewed Leave Open Proportion and Rate
Oct
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comment Expressing 'if so'
@istrasci Hmm... I only know one name for と when it works like this grammatically. It's called "as"/supposition particle?
Oct
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answered Expressing 'if so'
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Making 「たくさん」act as a full-fledged 形容動詞{けいようどうし}
Sep
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revised When mixing Japanese and English, should I use Japanese parentheses?
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Sep
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comment When mixing Japanese and English, should I use Japanese parentheses?
@LeoKing I tried to push this more in direction of being on-topic. Feel free to roll back my edit.
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revised When mixing Japanese and English, should I use Japanese parentheses?
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Sep
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comment When mixing Japanese and English, should I use Japanese parentheses?
Sorry, but I wholeheartedly disagree with your suggestion. Using no space will prevent line breaks and will look terrible when paired with ordinary parentheses in the same document (worse in the same sentence): Japanese (just like Sanskrit, in fact) uses morae(モーラ).
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revised When mixing Japanese and English, should I use Japanese parentheses?
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revised When mixing Japanese and English, should I use Japanese parentheses?
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Sep
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answered When mixing Japanese and English, should I use Japanese parentheses?
Sep
30
reviewed Leave Open When mixing Japanese and English, should I use Japanese parentheses?
Sep
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reviewed Close How is て行く being used in すすんで行く and さいて行く?
Sep
27
comment Kanbun reading of this expression
@allaurus Are you editing this question because you asked this question with a different account?
Sep
27
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Kanbun reading of this expression
Sep
26
reviewed Reviewed Difference between 実は and 実に
Sep
26
revised after saying “ありがとう” to someone, they can't renege without hard feelings?
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Sep
26
reviewed Reviewed What is difference between 値段 (nedan) and 代金 (daikin)?