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日本語でどうぞ。


Feb
12
revised Is おやすも from a dialect?
edited title
Feb
11
comment Do people who speak Chinese use kanji more when writing Japanese?
This question appears to be off-topic because it isn't really about the Japanese language
Feb
9
comment When is と added to onomatopoeia?
does the distinction between 擬音語 and 擬態語 matter at all?
Feb
7
comment deconstructing それが元で
any context for where you're seeing it?
Feb
6
answered Can someone explain the meaning of 画期的?
Feb
5
comment how did 公 (こう) come to be derogatory
Might not necessarily be the same, but remember that the word vulgar in English came from the Latin word for common folk!
Feb
5
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
3
comment What does 兜 mean in 黄緑彩兜唐草?
could it be a reference to the style/shape of the pen?
Feb
3
comment How to read this kanji? (see image)
Ahh yeah, that can be confusing. Just try to think of it as 止 + 少 and not as its own thing.
Feb
3
answered How to read this kanji? (see image)
Feb
3
reviewed Close Is 芸姑 a real word?
Feb
3
reviewed Close Understanding the kanji 相 as “government minister”…?
Feb
3
comment What does 目 mean in 勝ち目?
Doesn't the 目 in those cases represent order (順序) and not necessarily a step of doing something? And how is that connected to chances or clues?
Jan
31
comment The differences between 真理,真相 and 真実
I think he just wants to know what situations you would use each one in generally, aka what the difference is between the words.
Jan
31
comment What is the proper word for self-study?
To clarify, there are times in Japanese schools where teachers aren't present and the kids have a 自習 or 自学 period where they do work by themselves. It's similar to the idea of study hall, as Chocolate mentions!
Jan
30
comment Kanji question: the onyomi of 江 is found
Maybe 江湖? I feel like this is just an old/unusual kanji that won't have very many "common" readings to begin with
Jan
27
comment What's the relationship between 'e' and 'wa' in some words?
ゑ=we for me, at least in google and i believe it was the same in microsoft. it would probably come up as an option for e as well..
Jan
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
27
revised How accurately can 使い be translated as “angel”?
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Jan
27
revised How accurately can 使い be translated as “angel”?
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