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Jul
7
reviewed Looks OK The meaning of 手が出せない
Jun
30
revised What does the word 「すみっちょ」 mean?
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Jun
25
comment “to offer” in Japanese?
Have you looked at 申し出る?
Jun
22
comment Does this sound like a native speaker?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's basically proofreading which to me is a glorified translation request
Jun
21
revised Legal characters for first names include: hiragana, katakana, jinmeiyo and joyo kanji. What about latin letters?
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Jun
19
comment Difference between 入れる{いれる} and つける when expressing 'switch on'
Isn't 電気 in that sense just a form of synecdoche (or metonymy whichever) to refer to lights?
Jun
19
comment Questions about the phrase 「きっとおなががすいているだろう」?
Maybe it was scanned from a physical copy and the OCR made a mistake.
Jun
19
comment Questions about the phrase 「きっとおなががすいているだろう」?
Are you sure it's おなが?
Jun
18
comment Is でござる used in Modern Society?
@seijitsu interesting. Goes to show that I'm being foiled once again by grammarians.
Jun
18
revised Why are japanese comic storyboards called names (ネーム)?
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Jun
17
comment Is でござる used in Modern Society?
@regularslasher I'm not a native speaker so I can't speak for the precise level of unusualness it would evoke, but my presumption would be that if でござる were used on its own, in plain form, without any sort of humorous intention it would sound strange, and I think strangeness is sort of inherently off putting, but I guess that's up to your own interpretation. Ultimately it depends on the context in which it's used.
Jun
17
answered Is でござる used in Modern Society?
Jun
17
reviewed Close Distinguishing handwritten シ, ツ, ソ, ン?
Jun
17
reviewed Close What does「そのせい」means?
Jun
16
comment How are twins addressed by their teacher at school?
I had a class with twins in it, and when they weren't addressed by first name they were addressed by full name.
Jun
15
comment Where can I find the nuance/meaning differences between words with different kanji options?
Note that this list is not exhaustive.
Jun
15
reviewed Looks OK Japanese Term for “Cutscene”?
Jun
15
reviewed No Action Needed How do you say “[amount of time] later”?
Jun
15
comment ~くする or ~にする versus ~くなる or ~になる
I'm not quite sure why the motor is important. In either situation the machine is still operated by a person and I'd say the same rules apply to each situation.
Jun
15
reviewed Leave Open Where can I find the nuance/meaning differences between words with different kanji options?