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Aug
8
revised What does カッコいいじゃーん mean?
removed unnecessary wording and fixed title
Aug
4
revised Translation of 終わらせる
fixed blockquote and thanks
Jul
28
accepted Are there differences between 自動車{じどうしゃ} and 車?
Jul
25
comment Are there differences between 自動車{じどうしゃ} and 車?
@Earthling True, but these weren't listed as synonyms (which are usually marked as such), just as meanings.
Jul
24
comment Are there differences between 自動車{じどうしゃ} and 車?
@oldergod At first I thought it was the same (and register-wise, it probably is similar to that), but dictionaries sometimes give both of those terms also for just 車.
Jul
23
asked Are there differences between 自動車{じどうしゃ} and 車?
Jun
15
awarded  Custodian
Jun
15
reviewed Approve When to use ください (kudasai) or お願いします (onegaishimasu) in requests?
May
31
awarded  Yearling
Feb
19
accepted Expressing “I like to <do something>”
Feb
19
comment Expressing “I like to <do something>”
Mistake fixed, thanks (I'm telling you so you can fix the answer). :)
Feb
19
comment Expressing “I like to <do something>”
Mistake fixed (so we focus on the other part).
Feb
19
revised Expressing “I like to <do something>”
edited body
Feb
19
comment Expressing “I like to <do something>”
Yes of course, I asked about the statement "I like", not "I'd like". :) Very clear explanation. Then for the tea one, it should be "お茶を飲むのが好きです", right?
Feb
19
asked Expressing “I like to <do something>”
Feb
19
revised What does ものでして mean?
added 21 characters in body; edited title
Jan
5
revised What does exactly does さま mean in dictionary definitions?
added 18 characters in body
Dec
30
asked 島人{とうじん} vs 島民{とうみん}
Dec
3
accepted What's the difference between Ichidan/Godan and Ru/U verbs classification?
Nov
29
comment What's the difference between Ichidan/Godan and Ru/U verbs classification?
Ahah ok, if you find it, please ping me here. By the way, in your last paragraph, there is a mistake: "One advantage of the this distinction".