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Currently at uni in Japan.


Nov
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
15
comment Are グラス and ガラス alternative spellings of the same word?
I'll just add that the origins are different as well, グラス being from the English, while ガラス is from Dutch 'Glas'.
Oct
16
revised What does 「アップしています」 mean?
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Oct
16
answered What does 「アップしています」 mean?
Oct
15
comment How to say “Nobody is perfect” in Japanese
@ItachiUchiha Yeah that was the first translation I thought of. The other two sentences are more like what I would say to a friend to cheer them up :)
Oct
15
revised How to say “Nobody is perfect” in Japanese
added 4 characters in body
Oct
15
answered How to say “Nobody is perfect” in Japanese
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
30
comment Explaining the phrase お世{せ}話{わ}になります and お世{せ}話{わ}になりました
@Tim "Thank for always being so good to A." for this you want Aがいつもお世話になっております(例:parent to teacher「息子がいつもお世話になっております」). So が not に.
Sep
29
comment When mixing Japanese and English, should I use Japanese parentheses?
Is this question about Japanese? It seems more about writing conventions in English...
Sep
27
comment Proper usage of 語 and 言語 and 言葉 when speaking about someone's language
猫語 is fine casually as well. Owner to whining cat: "Sorry, I don't speak cat" 「ごめん、俺猫語わかんないんだ(´・ω・`)」
Sep
27
reviewed Approve Kanbun reading of this expression
Sep
23
comment How is “gomen” used?
I've heard it in dramas based in Tokyo....
Sep
19
reviewed Satisfactory What does [可愛が]りたい mean and how to use it?
Sep
19
reviewed Needs Improvement Adnominalisation (Relative clause - noun - copula structure): What does it mean? How can we translate it?
Sep
19
reviewed Satisfactory [因果]{いん・が}: A bass-ackwards contraction?
Sep
19
reviewed Satisfactory difference between 歩く and 散歩します
Sep
19
reviewed Excellent What is this 10^40 thing?
Sep
19
reviewed Excellent What is the correct syntax for large numbers in kanji?
Sep
19
reviewed Excellent Does 友達 have the plural marker たち “built-in”?