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Apr
28
comment 収入 or 給料? What should be used when talking about salary or income?
@Yosh The tax form refers to 収入 as income and not salary. Look at the examples given.
Apr
27
comment “Something came up” in Japanese
@dinogeist Quite right. Sorry about that.
Apr
23
answered “Something came up” in Japanese
Apr
23
comment 収入 or 給料? What should be used when talking about salary or income?
This is wrong. 収入 does not refer to gross salary
Apr
23
answered 収入 or 給料? What should be used when talking about salary or income?
Apr
1
answered Understanding adverbs and their meaning
Mar
26
accepted What is the etymology of イギリス?
Mar
26
comment What is the etymology of イギリス?
Well found! Thanks for that!
Mar
26
asked What is the etymology of イギリス?
Mar
25
comment What does the name Chacha (チャチャ) mean?
Is this "Cha-cha" name question from "Curb your enthusiasm"?
Mar
13
accepted What does 兼 mean when it appears next to a person's name in an organizational chart?
Mar
13
comment What does 兼 mean when it appears next to a person's name in an organizational chart?
Yup, that makes sense. Thanks for that!
Mar
12
asked What does 兼 mean when it appears next to a person's name in an organizational chart?
Nov
7
revised What's that accordion style book you can get at shrines called?
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Nov
7
comment What's that accordion style book you can get at shrines called?
That's the one, thanks!
Nov
7
accepted What's that accordion style book you can get at shrines called?
Nov
7
asked What's that accordion style book you can get at shrines called?
Oct
17
awarded  Yearling
Oct
8
answered Is 何歳ですか polite?
Sep
19
comment How can you express a “double causative”?
Apologies. Thanks you. Fixed. If the use of に is wrong please feel free to go ahead and change it.