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Oct
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comment Why does the か come before です in this question?
Note that I did receive an answer from TsuyohiIto in chat a few days ago.
Oct
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asked Why does the か come before です in this question?
Oct
1
comment When is it appropriate to use お宅 to refer to the second-person?
This will likely continue in Chris's question
Oct
1
comment When is it appropriate to use お宅 to refer to the second-person?
I'm not 100% sure, but I think those are two different "otaku". オタク is a noun that can usually be translated as "fanboy". お宅 is a formal reference to a "home", which can be used as a pronoun. (@Flaw: I'm aware that it can be used as a word for 'you', but I'm not sure enough of the boundaries of acceptability to offer an answer)
Oct
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revised How do I write an foreign name that ends with consonant?
fixing title
Oct
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revised Except for pitch, what are the differences in pronunciation between Kansaiben and Tokyoben?
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Sep
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revised Except for pitch, what are the differences in pronunciation between Kansaiben and Tokyoben?
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revised Except for pitch, what are the differences in pronunciation between Kansaiben and Tokyoben?
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Sep
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answered Except for pitch, what are the differences in pronunciation between Kansaiben and Tokyoben?
Sep
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awarded  Custodian
Sep
21
revised Are the 4-byte UTF-8 Kanji rare enough that I can ignore them?
Trying to make the "on-topicness" more obvious
Sep
21
revised How do we roll a ball along a street from A to B?
fixing link
Sep
20
revised この道をまっすぐ行ってください。 Why を and not で?
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revised この道をまっすぐ行ってください。 Why を and not で?
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answered この道をまっすぐ行ってください。 Why を and not で?
Sep
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reviewed Leave Open Which writing system (hiragana, katakana, or kanji) should we use when writing out someone's name?
Sep
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awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
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comment How to use に with “masu-stem (連用形 stem) + に + Verb” structure
"Vmasu" is the slightly odd way some books refer to the 連用形 stem, presumably because it's the stem of the ~masu form.
Aug
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accepted aru vs iru : Why is aru in “Watakushi-wa untenshu-ga aru” (私は運転手がある) unacceptable?
Aug
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revised Dates, version strings, timestamps and numbers in Japanese. How are they formatted?
Just a title change rather radically improves this question