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日本語でどうぞ。


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comment How do I say “without (noun)” using なしに or なしで?
@user5292 please use the edit button to add extra information to your question. If you make it clear enough it will be reopened!
May
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revised Legal characters for first names include: hiragana, katakana, jinmeiyo and joyo kanji. What about latin letters?
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reviewed Leave Open How do I say “without (noun)” using なしに or なしで?
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revised Help identifying low-res kanji (and perhaps words) on a low-res album cover
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revised What is the etymology of お陰で/おかげで and how does the expression relate to the kanji?
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comment Help identifying low-res kanji (and perhaps words) on a low-res album cover
If you want to be technical then yeah it's not lyricist, but in this case, for all intents and purposes, that's what it means.
May
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comment How do I translate the names of types of school, without reference to the US school system?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about the Japanese school system
May
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revised How to know when I should use katakana form words referring to animals, lesser creatures, or other organisms?
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comment How to know when I should use katakana form words referring to animals, lesser creatures, or other organisms?
OK so maybe 蜘蛛 is a bad example of something more obscure. I'll snipe Zhen Lin's...
May
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comment How to know when I should use katakana form words referring to animals, lesser creatures, or other organisms?
There are indeed many non-joyo kanji that many people can read, and there are many situations where it may be fine to use them. As a rule, though, I think basing it off the list is ok. Anything beyond that I think would be going on intuition, and if such intuition is not developed I can't think of any other way to judge except to search for frequency.
May
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answered How to know when I should use katakana form words referring to animals, lesser creatures, or other organisms?
May
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comment Meaning of 資料共 in the context of web conferencing
Are you absolutely sure that you've got the word correct and that there are no mistakes?
Apr
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comment Meaning of お願い出します
I can understand why one might want to think that お願い出します could be right as 出す is often used as a suffix like that, but it's just not used that way with お願い. お願い致します is a VERY common expression and I would say with virtually 100% certainty that it's the right interpretation your case.
Apr
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answered Meaning of お願い出します
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answered Help identifying low-res kanji (and perhaps words) on a low-res album cover
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