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Mar
20
answered Do Japanese people see ツ as a smiling face?
Mar
20
comment Do Japanese people see ツ as a smiling face?
I have no problem seeing ツ as a face
Mar
19
reviewed Satisfactory Usage of an adjective 細やか(な)
Mar
19
reviewed Satisfactory What's the meaning of と in 「『・・・・・・』っていう文章だと良かった」?
Mar
19
reviewed Excellent 自意識過剰 - what does it mean, exactly?
Mar
19
reviewed Satisfactory What's the difference between 水 and 湯
Mar
19
reviewed Needs Improvement The usage of 侮れなかった
Mar
19
reviewed Needs Improvement いい人そう。using “seemingly” そう with nouns?
Mar
19
reviewed Excellent Passive vs Active form of verbs when used as adjectives
Mar
19
reviewed Excellent Nuance and current-ness of “ぼくとお茶しませんか”
Mar
19
reviewed Excellent Placing a quantifier between a noun and particle?
Mar
19
reviewed Satisfactory Use of 「~ておりますしょうか。 」
Mar
17
reviewed Looks OK What does it mean to describe a joke as “ジェネギャ”?
Mar
17
reviewed No Action Needed What does it mean to describe a joke as “ジェネギャ”?
Mar
17
reviewed Reviewed Can anyone help translate this Kanji?
Mar
17
reviewed No Action Needed “Ikkigomi”? Single comment in Japanese
Mar
16
reviewed Close 名詞+のない?名詞+がない?Which one is better here?
Mar
16
reviewed Close Can someone transliterate this artist's name?
Mar
12
comment Is it easier to learn Chinese after learning Japanese or vice versa?
Knowing one before the other would certainly help to an extent with literacy, but the order probably doesn't matter. I don't think a real definitive answer exists to this question. It's best to just pick the one you want to learn first and have at it!
Mar
12
comment Difference between 母語話者 and ネイティブスピーカー
Are you making a distinction in this between ネイティブスピーカー and just ネイティブ?