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Apr
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Mar
23
reviewed Looks OK Sonkeigo forms of できる and なかったら
Mar
23
comment Can「箱の中を手で探った」be shortened to 「箱を探った」?
@変幻出没 「箱を探た」
Mar
10
comment Subject tracing
@oals >"Editing a closed post is discouraged and you should have made a new post instead." Is that right? I was under the impression one should edit on-hold questions to make them acceptable if possible.
Mar
10
comment What is the meaning of the following build 「信じられない事に~~はありませんか」?
sure its not ではありません?
Mar
8
revised A lost haiku from the Heian period about the death of a child
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Mar
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answered A lost haiku from the Heian period about the death of a child
Mar
8
comment A lost haiku from the Heian period about the death of a child
↑↑↑↑↑↑↑ this appears to be the relevant section from @broccoliforest's link. How long I spent looking for things about butterflies and it was dragon-flies lol.
Mar
8
comment A lost haiku from the Heian period about the death of a child
And when the Lady Kaga no Chiyo lost her husband she wrote, merely: All things that seem Are but One dreamer's dream I sleep 1 wake How wide The bed with none beside." Then, having lost also her child, she added two lines: Today, how far may he have wandered, The brave hunter of dragon-flies!
Mar
6
comment What is the etymology behind したっけ
@user11589 not related to what OP is asking about
Feb
27
comment Does 私の名前はXYZです sound natural?
@oals So is that how you'd introduce yourself to people in real life? 「私の名前は中野です」? Not usually...
Feb
12
reviewed Approve calligraphy tag wiki excerpt
Feb
10
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Feb
9
reviewed Leave Open N#~~~JLPT Level Names
Feb
8
comment Difference between “現住所” and “連絡先” on Japanese resume?
detail.chiebukuro.yahoo.co.jp/qa/question_detail/q136943328
Feb
4
comment What particle should I use with “motomeru”?
I edited the question to better reflect what I think you are trying to ask. 'Conjugation' is about changing verbs (motomeru, motomenai, motomete, etc). It's quite a big change from the original though so say if you don't like it and I'll reverse it.
Feb
4
revised What particle should I use with “motomeru”?
To reflect the questioner's actual question (see OP's comment under the question)