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日本語でどうぞ。


Apr
15
reviewed Leave Open 抱った vs 抱いた and 書った vs 書いた
Apr
15
reviewed Close Usage (correctness) of だと after verbs
Apr
15
reviewed Close What does なきや mean?
Apr
15
comment What Does 火信 Mean?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about what appears to be a Chinese word
Apr
15
comment 雨を降っています - grammatically correct sentence or just typo?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about a typo and based on inaccurate Google results
Apr
15
comment Difference between 颜 and 顔
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about a Chinese character not used in Japanese
Apr
14
comment Need to decrypt kanji (image inside)
Do you have the rest of the sentence where it appears so we can at least know if our interpretations make sense?
Apr
14
revised How to choose the right kanji from several choices?
added 13 characters in body
Apr
14
comment How to say “I will just let future me deal with it” in Japanese?
You're trying to say something really idiomatic. Do you have at least an attempt at saying it yourself? Something specific that confuses you? The question will be closed in its current form.
Apr
14
reviewed Close ~としたら - when exactly used and what's the difference from other “if” structures
Apr
14
revised How to choose the right kanji from several choices?
deleted 106 characters in body
Apr
14
revised How to choose the right kanji from several choices?
added 80 characters in body
Apr
14
awarded  Pundit
Apr
14
answered How to choose the right kanji from several choices?
Apr
13
comment ふるさと (home town, birthplace) uses which kanji - 古里 or 故郷?
I tend to read 故郷 as こきょう
Apr
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How should I parse に従がって強制?
Apr
11
comment Counters In Japanese
I'm pretty sure the word for a loaf of bread is 一斤{いっきん}, although I think that might only be used in the singular, so no two or above...
Apr
11
revised Differences between それとも ・または・もしくは・あるいは
Not to be anti-kanji or anything, but using the kana version will probably be more understandable to most people
Apr
10
comment Can 対 be used in Japanese where “Versus” would be used in English?
To kind of rephrase that question, what would the term be in academic writing to compare two competing ideas?
Apr
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can 対 be used in Japanese where “Versus” would be used in English?