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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
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Dec
8
revised Splitting Kanji and okurigana at the end of the line
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Dec
8
asked Splitting Kanji and okurigana at the end of the line
Dec
3
comment Are kanji characters made up of radicals only or could they contain strokes that are not radicals?
@heefske No problem! :) Glad you appreciated the notes. I also changed the links, this way it's easier to read the text when editing. :)
Dec
1
revised Are kanji characters made up of radicals only or could they contain strokes that are not radicals?
Corrected all links and improved formatting moving from html to Markdown
Oct
28
revised How does 話{はなし}が噛{か}み合{あ}わない work?
Inverted Furigana from body to title
Oct
28
revised About ご[馳走]{ちそう}: two “runs” would give you “a feast”?
edited body
Oct
28
revised About ご[馳走]{ちそう}: two “runs” would give you “a feast”?
edited body
Oct
22
comment How is たら used as a particle?
If by ああ you mean "Ah!", then it's an interjection.
Oct
21
revised How do we tell whether two hiragana should fit in one mora or two?
added 40 characters in body
Oct
21
revised How do we tell whether two hiragana should fit in one mora or two?
added 2 characters in body
Oct
15
comment Is there a difference between 赤{あか} and 赤色{あかいろ}?
@DaveMG I understand. But since I could provide an explanation on that, I did (although I know it wasn't the info you actually wanted to know). :) I'm not sure I could give a good explanation on Japanese yet.
Oct
15
comment Is there a difference between 赤{あか} and 赤色{あかいろ}?
@DaveMG The genitive case (it's a grammatical case, like nominative, dative, etc.) usually indicates the "belonging" to someone (also other things, depending on the language); in English, for example, "Ivan's car", where <'s> indicates the belonging, and Ivan is in the genitive case. In Russian it's more explicit: the same sentence would be "Машина Ивана", where the original "Иван" (Ivan) turns into the genitive case "Ивана" (Ivan-a). I don't know if I explained it well. :D
Oct
15
revised Is there a difference between 赤{あか} and 赤色{あかいろ}?
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Oct
14
comment Is there a difference between 赤{あか} and 赤色{あかいろ}?
Could you please include furigana?
Oct
14
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Oct
14
revised The difference between 超{こ}える, 越{こ}える and 過{す}ぎる
deleted 24 characters in body; edited tags; edited title