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reviewed Close Function of ' のあるところで '
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reviewed Looks OK Meaning of という when it doesn't mean 'call', 'be called', or 'say'
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Convention
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revised Can both Hepburn and Kunreisiki romaji be used to write a person's name?
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reviewed Leave Open Did ある and いる once have kanji?
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revised Can both Hepburn and Kunreisiki romaji be used to write a person's name?
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comment How to find words you cant find in a dictionary? Help with translating Dragon Ball
The problem with looking on jisho like that is it only finds katakana versions. jisho.org/words?jap=%E3%81%88%E3%81%95&eng=&dict=edict You might try using the beta version of jisho instead.
Dec
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comment How to find words you cant find in a dictionary? Help with translating Dragon Ball
Similarly, it's じいちゃん, not ちやん
Dec
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comment How to find words you cant find in a dictionary? Help with translating Dragon Ball
What dictionary doesn't have エサ? Also, it's とって, not とつて
Dec
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comment Proper answer to 「何名様ですか」
Just hold up a few fingers and grunt
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revised Can both Hepburn and Kunreisiki romaji be used to write a person's name?
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answered Can both Hepburn and Kunreisiki romaji be used to write a person's name?
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
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revised What type of romanization is “Hatchōbori”?
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answered What type of romanization is “Hatchōbori”?
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comment When is the onyomi of 田 used?
I usually discourage the use of edict, but... http://jisho.org/words?jap=*%E7%94%B0*&eng=&dict=edict&common=on
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reviewed No Action Needed Is「ふむふむ」still used nowadays?
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comment Usage of the phrase/word ですので
Try looking at it as です+ので instead.