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日本語でどうぞ。


Aug
30
revised What does じいつにくうだらない mean?
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Aug
30
comment What does じいつにくうだらない mean?
So these words were written this way? If so that is some very important context that will change how many people interpret the question.
Aug
30
reviewed Delete What does じいつにくうだらない mean?
Aug
30
comment What does じいつにくうだらない mean?
None of those are words, but it might be something like 実にくだらない
Aug
28
reviewed Close Difference between 闇 (yami) and 怨 (on)
Aug
28
awarded  Cleanup
Aug
28
revised Is おつかれさん “correct” Japanese to address to someone of lower status?
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Aug
28
revised Is おつかれさん “correct” Japanese to address to someone of lower status?
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Aug
27
revised Is おつかれさん “correct” Japanese to address to someone of lower status?
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Aug
27
reviewed Close Meaning of よ in lyrics
Aug
26
revised Ending an email in Japanese to your sensei?
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Aug
26
revised Ending an email in Japanese to your sensei?
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Aug
26
asked Is おつかれさん “correct” Japanese to address to someone of lower status?
Aug
26
comment Ending an email in Japanese to your sensei?
@Rilakkuma I do see a どうぞ variation listed on this ビジネスマナー site. With regard to 致します, would you say it's best to use that with a professor over します?
Aug
26
answered Ending an email in Japanese to your sensei?
Aug
21
revised Was the Japanese reading “raito” for moon, ever been used before Death Note came to existence?
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Aug
21
answered Was the Japanese reading “raito” for moon, ever been used before Death Note came to existence?
Aug
21
comment How were hiragana/katakana influenced by syllabary writing systems?
This might be a good place to start looking: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_language#History
Aug
20
comment What is the difference between 夕立 and 朝立ち?
one is a boner..
Aug
18
comment ら抜き言葉: Why doesn't 忘れれれば exist?
@EiríkrÚtlendi wouldn't it just be "If you are/were able to forget"?