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Jul
2
reviewed Needs Improvement Questions with some usages of で
Jul
2
reviewed Needs Improvement Why don't radicals have the same definition for all kanji?
Jul
2
reviewed Needs Improvement Help translating this japanese sentence please?
Jul
2
reviewed Satisfactory Can ご存じです function as a transitive verb?
Jul
2
reviewed Satisfactory Question about subject
Jul
2
reviewed Excellent What is the correct way to say 小さい『つ』?
Jul
2
reviewed Excellent What's the most appropriate negative potential form for this situation?
Jul
2
reviewed Satisfactory What does 着 mean in 「六時着」 and in 「六着」?
Jul
2
reviewed Excellent What's the meaning of しない as in …するしない?
Jun
11
awarded  Informed
May
31
awarded  Yearling
May
28
comment Difference between words for road
This question would be substantially improved if there was some indication that you had tried to distinguish the words from their dictionary definitions.
May
28
accepted What does しやがって imply? shiyagatte doesn't seem to show up directly in dictionaries
May
26
revised What does しやがって imply? shiyagatte doesn't seem to show up directly in dictionaries
edited title
May
26
asked What does しやがって imply? shiyagatte doesn't seem to show up directly in dictionaries
May
24
revised What does 彼のままだった mean?
edited title
May
16
revised Is it true that only girls use うち to refer to themselves?
edited tags
May
16
comment How important is gendered language in reality?
This 'question' meanders through several opinions, conjectures and sub-questions before eventually asking a subjective question. Some subjects here, if reformulated into a more concise format, would certainly be welcome as separate questions. Many of the more specific questions actually have been answered in other questions such as this question and its various duplicates, the feminine-speech and gender tags.
Apr
18
revised What does “一味一禪” mean?
I believe this to be a yoji-jukugo... revert if this is not the case.
Apr
10
awarded  Guru