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日本語でどうぞ。よろしくお願いします!


Sep
18
revised difference between 持ち込む and 持って来る?
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Sep
17
awarded  words
Sep
16
comment Can you show any examples of a 兼務発令書 in English?
@Kyle reddit.com/r/translator
Sep
16
revised Difference between ヒーター and ストーブ
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Sep
16
revised Difference between ヒーター and ストーブ
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Sep
16
answered Difference between ヒーター and ストーブ
Sep
11
comment How to negate “べき”? (ie. “should not”)
@Tim that is certainly how the Makino grammar dictionary treats it. I've never personally seen it in use anywhere, though, so I didn't include it. Maybe it should be in there...
Sep
11
comment Differences between 勉強する、習う、学ぶ and 学習する?
I guess this is the other question: japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/1732/…
Sep
11
revised How to negate “べき”? (ie. “should not”)
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Sep
11
comment How to negate “べき”? (ie. “should not”)
@非回答者 I blindly copied from the original post, my apologies.
Sep
11
revised How to negate “べき”? (ie. “should not”)
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Sep
11
answered How to negate “べき”? (ie. “should not”)
Sep
9
comment 'Get on' a road
Related discussion here
Sep
5
reviewed Close Other words for and familiarity of 桜でんぶ?
Sep
4
comment “トサカに くる” meaning
@非回答者 do you have any other issues with this answer except for (what I assume) the obscurity of the expressions themselves? Does something seem wrong to you?
Sep
4
comment “トサカに くる” meaning
@非回答者 No, this answer is based entirely on stuff I found elsewhere. I'm not making any claims here about how common any of these are.
Sep
4
comment 類 in animal and plant names
Does 爬虫類 fall under the same sort of idea as 哺乳類?
Sep
3
answered “トサカに くる” meaning
Sep
2
accepted Is おつかれさん “correct” Japanese to address to someone of lower status?
Sep
2
comment に/で and を/から - particle choice in two JLPT N5 sentences
These are two questions! It might be more useful if you split this into two separate questions.