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Feb
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
21
revised Why is it 日本語がわかります instead of 日本語をわかります?
corrected a mistake and improved formatting
Jan
17
comment Why is the Hepburn system of romanization generally used over the Nihon-shiki system?
+1 :) I was wondering... Why would the Nihon-shiki be preferable? I see as much more "precise" the other one, actually...
Jan
15
revised How to express “more than something”?
added 4 characters in body; edited title
Jan
15
revised What's the difference between せっかく and わざわざ?
removed unnecessary wording and improved formatting
Jan
14
comment Are there any situations where かしら is considered appropriate/normal for males to use?
@MarkHosang Some time has passed, but you can cancel the down-vote if the poster edits the answer. :)
Jan
10
revised What does そうべ mean?
deleted 26 characters in body; edited title
Jan
10
revised When is it okay to use あります with a living subject?
deleted 8 characters in body
Dec
30
comment Reading of years
I took the liberty of slightly editing your body to make it appear "shorter" although the content is the same. :)
Dec
30
revised Reading of years
added 31 characters in body
Dec
30
revised Is there a difference between 赤{あか} and 赤色{あかいろ}?
added 1 characters in body; edited tags
Dec
30
accepted Is there a difference between 赤{あか} and 赤色{あかいろ}?
Dec
30
awarded  Cleanup
Dec
30
revised Is there a difference between 赤{あか} and 赤色{あかいろ}?
rolled back to a previous revision
Dec
28
revised Why is water polite but ice not?
deleted 9 characters in body
Dec
22
revised u and Senryu placement
deleted 26 characters in body
Dec
15
revised What is the correct way to say: “where are you going?”
improved question
Dec
11
comment Splitting Kanji and okurigana at the end of the line
Thank you, especially for the link, I didn't know of such a thing. I'll investigate more into that when I have some time... :D
Dec
11
accepted Splitting Kanji and okurigana at the end of the line
Dec
9
revised Splitting Kanji and okurigana at the end of the line
added 13 characters in body