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asked Phrases to describe looking something up somewhere other than a dictionary
Jun
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asked Difference between と and とは
May
28
comment Dear sir or madame… Japanese Mail Etiquette
If you are writing something formal enough to require "Dear Sir or Madam" in English you need something more formal. (I put in an answer for what you would send to a company)
May
28
answered How do I properly tell someone to proceed with a transaction in an email?
May
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awarded  Organizer
May
28
answered Dear sir or madame… Japanese Mail Etiquette
May
28
revised How do I properly tell someone to proceed with a transaction in an email?
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May
28
suggested approved edit on How do I properly tell someone to proceed with a transaction in an email?
May
28
answered How do I properly tell someone to proceed with a transaction in an email?
May
27
revised How to say 'in 10 minutes' as in 'the bus comes in 10 minutes'?
added 2 characters in body
May
27
comment How to say 'in 10 minutes' as in 'the bus comes in 10 minutes'?
@Choco I genuinely forget if she said にor で the focus was on the 20分 part as I had wrote it in a text message and she was correcting me.
May
27
accepted What's the difference between 復帰, 復元 and 復旧
May
27
comment How to say 'in 10 minutes' as in 'the bus comes in 10 minutes'?
As I have put below in my answer below, 後10分 is incorrect.
May
27
comment How to say 'in 10 minutes' as in 'the bus comes in 10 minutes'?
@Choco In fact she did, I forgot to fix the furigana. Fixed now. Thank you for pointing that out.
May
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revised How to say 'in 10 minutes' as in 'the bus comes in 10 minutes'?
furigana fix
May
27
reviewed Close Can any 名詞をする be shorten as 名詞する?
May
27
comment How to say 'in 10 minutes' as in 'the bus comes in 10 minutes'?
After checking with my Japanese teacher I discovered I had it wrong. Made changes accordingly.
May
27
revised How to say 'in 10 minutes' as in 'the bus comes in 10 minutes'?
original answer was wrong.
May
25
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May
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reviewed Edit How to say 'in 10 minutes' as in 'the bus comes in 10 minutes'?