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Native English speaker, beginner in Japanese.

Interested in Japanese grammar & etymology.


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revised What “non-standard” katakana are commonly used?
Reword to not be a question looking for a resource, and try to narrow the scope a little
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revised What is the meaning of 座っておいで?
Fix typos
Oct
16
revised In general, do Japanese people communicate formally or informally when conversing on a forum/commenting/chat?
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Oct
16
revised In general, do Japanese people communicate formally or informally when conversing on a forum/commenting/chat?
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Oct
13
revised Are verbs transformed into the ず-form used like adverbs?
I don't think that judgement was correct anymore.
Oct
12
revised What is the etymology of the て-form?
Improve formatting.
Oct
12
revised What is the difference between -さ and -み suffixes to make a noun out of an adjective?
Improved formatting.
Oct
12
revised Sentence structure: “I can accomplish (a) by doing (b)”
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Oct
12
revised Sentence structure: “I can accomplish (a) by doing (b)”
edited body
Oct
12
revised Sentence structure: “I can accomplish (a) by doing (b)”
Improved formatting.
Oct
12
revised ないで vs なくて: combining phrases with negative verbs
Improve formatting.
Oct
12
revised Are there more irregular verbs like 行く?
Improved formatting.
Oct
12
revised Are there more irregular verbs like 行く?
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Oct
12
revised Are there more irregular verbs like 行く?
Make it clearer what this question is actually asking
Oct
12
revised ないで vs なくて: combining phrases with negative verbs
While we're changing minor things...
Oct
12
revised Is ないで a te-form?
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Oct
12
revised Is ないで a te-form?
Completely rewrite this awful answer
Oct
12
revised Is ないで a te-form?
Completely rewrite this awful answer
Oct
12
revised Are verbs transformed into the ず-form used like adverbs?
Typo
Oct
11
revised Are verbs transformed into the ず-form used like adverbs?
More accurate statement