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Jun
20
comment How can you input and display a radical in a computer text document?
I once had a question about LaTeX and Japanese, I wrote it on Latex SE... So @Tsuyoshi is right, this question is off topic, because it doesn't deal with Language itself but with computers input. :) Voting to close as well...
Jun
19
comment Gregorian calendar year to Japanese era name, and vice versa
I flagged it asking to make it community wiki. :)
Jun
14
comment What is the equivalent of “alphabetical order” in Japanese?
I think they are called "Kana tables", at least that's the name I've seen, both on my grammar, and if I change the computer input from mine to Hiragana, I get a new option called "Type using Kana table". :)
Jun
9
comment Is there an objective source of the origins of kanji?
@repecmps no he's asking, for example, where the Kanji for mountain "山" came from... I knew for example it came from the drawing of three mountains... But he was asking for an objective source.
Jun
7
comment What to say after someone sneezes
@Tsuyoshi no need to apologize! :D Don't worry!
Jun
7
comment What to say after someone sneezes
@Tsuyoshi I didn't know the saying, but I talked about that in my answer (in case you didn't notice). :D
Jun
7
comment How did “little tsu” become a lengthener?
Don't worry, you can ask "side-questions" like this one. :)
Jun
7
comment What to say after someone sneezes
@Derek :D ahah yeah, that's right!
Jun
7
comment What to say after someone sneezes
@Derek Thanks for the comments. I guess the best way to take is to avoid saying something. Or if we really wanna say something, we might use the "bless you" expression; but a language is not simply words and grammar, it's also, and maybe above all, culture. If we use a language without taking into account its symbiosis with the culture, we are ignoring an important part of the language itself. That's my opinion. :D
Jun
7
comment What to say after someone sneezes
@zakvdm There is someone who loves you then :D
Jun
7
comment The use of -さん when answering about oneself
@Tsuyoshi Ito: I was going to quote myself :D
Jun
6
comment If I wanted to sound more like a Samurai, what words and phrases should I learn?
We can make this a community wiki, so everyone can answer and the question is not "subjective" anymore.
Jun
5
comment What is the equivalent of “alphabetical order” in Japanese?
@zakvdm Thanks to you! :)
Jun
5
comment What's the standard for making plurals of Japanese words in English?
Yeah, this is a question about English. You might post it on the English SE but before you do it, check if there are duplicates of your question. :D
Jun
5
comment What is the equivalent of “alphabetical order” in Japanese?
Basic but important question for beginners. +1 :)
Jun
3
comment What is the significance of の in 「鳥の詩」?
@Madcowe @Lukman "Watashi" means "I", but "watashi no" means "my", be careful. "Ore wa" means "I" as well, but it's more rude (especially in certain contexts and very masculine-sounding).
Jun
3
comment What to say after someone dies
Can you please organize your answer better so that non-experts can understand what you wrote? Schematise it...
Jun
3
comment Is there a general counter word for objects that you can fallback on if you're not sure which one to use?
@Boaz Yaniv: I know the simplified version of that, which is . :D
Jun
3
comment Does -ou / -you / -mashou conjugation have a negative form?
Nice question! +1
Jun
3
comment Can somebody explain the various words and combinations thereof used for thanking?
Well, he asked only about those combinations... :D