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Aug
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accepted How to translate “objective” as in name of section in a resume
Aug
4
comment How to translate “objective” as in name of section in a resume
Part of a resume
Aug
4
asked How to translate “objective” as in name of section in a resume
Jun
21
awarded  Yearling
Dec
3
accepted Difference between ともあれ and とかく
Oct
30
comment Difference between ともあれ and とかく
@istrasci: No, just the difference between ともあれ and とかく. The other two are there just because they were a part of the excercise.
Oct
30
asked Difference between ともあれ and とかく
Oct
2
comment How to say “It's not a lie if you believe in it” in Japanese
I didnt realize that that's what i should use. Will do it from now on.
Oct
2
accepted How to say “It's not a lie if you believe in it” in Japanese
Oct
1
asked How to say “It's not a lie if you believe in it” in Japanese
Sep
17
comment Difference between (遊び)方 and (遊ぶ)方法
@TsuyoshiIto you are absolutely right. I fixed it.
Sep
17
revised Difference between (遊び)方 and (遊ぶ)方法
Fixed the incorrect usage of particles
Sep
15
revised Difference between (遊び)方 and (遊ぶ)方法
corrected the formation (Vmasu+方) instead of just Vmasu
Sep
15
comment Difference between (遊び)方 and (遊ぶ)方法
@Billy My point was that "your method of sitting is not proper" is clumsy (just like you said). It is also clumsy in Japanese. Just like Flaw is saying in his answer: 方法 is methodical "way of doing". You dont need a method to sit in the chair, there is no instructions list that you need to follow. But you can sit on the chair with your legs crossed or at an angle and that would be a non-methodical "way of doing"
Sep
15
comment Difference between (遊び)方 and (遊ぶ)方法
@Billy for example you can say 座り方(すわりかた)which translates to "way of sitting". You can say 座り方が悪い(すわりかたがわるい) which would mean "not sitting properly". You can't use 方法 in this context. Its roughly saying "your method of sitting is not proper" in English.
Sep
15
comment Difference between (遊び)方 and (遊ぶ)方法
@Billy I added an example where you can see the difference
Sep
15
revised Difference between (遊び)方 and (遊ぶ)方法
added examples
Sep
15
answered Difference between (遊び)方 and (遊ぶ)方法
Sep
9
accepted How to say “Little did I/he/she/they know”?
Sep
6
comment Where can I get a list of Japanese words with context?
Try ALC. For example cognitive thinking skill