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Apr
8
comment Is there a kanji for しか?
@Worthy7 For example, a reputable source saying that there is no kanji for しか. If one makes a claim, one should present something to back it up.
Apr
7
comment Is there a kanji for しか?
@Worthy7 Do you have any evidence to back up your claim that it has no kanji?
Apr
4
comment Is there a kanji for しか?
@hippietrail Please excuse my ignorance but where can I see those requests in English Wikitonary?
Mar
13
comment Do people write ありがとう in katakana?
If you are going to give a down vote, at least give a reason please.
Mar
13
comment What does やっちまえ mean?
Thank! What you have provided above is perfect!
Nov
14
comment inter- and intra- prefix
If you want to put that in an answer. I'll "best answer" it.
Nov
14
comment inter- and intra- prefix
dainichi > I actually did do a fair amount of looking stuff up but found nothing consistent. Even if it were the case that I didn't do research, why would that mean that this should be labeled as "off topic". It's certainly not off-topic
Nov
14
comment inter- and intra- prefix
oldergod > 外 means outside, not inter-, 内 means inside not intra-
Nov
14
comment inter- and intra- prefix
Why close as off topic? This is a pretty clear question on Japanese language.
Nov
14
comment How would one convey “get over it” in Japanese?
dainichi > If there is a grammar mistake in the examples. Please edit to make it correct.
Nov
13
comment How to say “running total”?
累積合計 : perfect. Thanks!!
Nov
13
comment How to say “running total”?
Snailpane > Thanks for the link but I had looked it up there but 現在時点までの合計額 doesn't look good as a table heading.
Nov
8
comment What is the correct kanji for the verb to sweat 汗をかく
Thanks for that. (my IME didn't have sweat come up under this character which is why I asked.)
Oct
29
comment Pronunciation of ううん
Link: http://japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/8263/difference-between-うーん-and-ううん‌​
Oct
29
comment Pronunciation of ううん
Just as a note, I generally see it written as うーん
Oct
26
comment IT system renewal: Can I say 更新 for “renewal”?
Excellent point!!
Oct
26
comment Rust: 錆 vs 銹 vs 鏽 vs 鏥
Any reason for the downvote?
Oct
26
comment Does Japanese have morphemes that span two kanji?
ssb: You must living in Osaka, like I did, 百舌 (more specifically 中百舌鳥) was my first too!
Oct
26
comment How to say “To familiarise onself with”
ssb: It could easily just be personal preference. I know a few of the Japanese employees at my previous company would regularly say [information etc]を共有してください
Oct
25
comment How to say “To familiarise onself with”
I have to disagree with your opinion about 共有. I see it used all the time in business in terms of share information. e.g. 情報を共有する