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Apr
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revised What is 「ピプロシン体」?
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Apr
16
comment What is 「ピプロシン体」?
@snailboat That looks very promising! Would 「ピプロシン体」 be an outdated but correct form of 「フィブロシン体」?
Apr
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asked What is 「ピプロシン体」?
Jan
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accepted How was Japanese animism referred to before 国家神道 (State Shinto) was created?
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Dec
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comment How do you say terms of endearment (pet names) in Japanese?
The author is 宮部金吾 (Miyabe Kingo). This is from an unpublished private letter written in the early Meiji era. It is housed in the 北海道大学植物園図書資料の宮部金吾資料. He wrote most of his letters to friends in English though the recipients were Japanese. I imagine that he anticipated that the recipient would be able to associate the phrases with something comparable in Japanese.
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Oct
23
comment Can 自身 be used to refer to 2 people in the same sentence?
Very informative, thank you!
Oct
23
accepted Can 自身 be used to refer to 2 people in the same sentence?
Oct
23
revised Can Sempai be used to address a student of the same year/age
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Oct
23
comment Can 自身 be used to refer to 2 people in the same sentence?
Thank you for these clarifying edits, virmaior and snailboat!
Oct
23
answered Can Sempai be used to address a student of the same year/age
Oct
23
revised Can 自身 be used to refer to 2 people in the same sentence?
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Oct
23
asked Can 自身 be used to refer to 2 people in the same sentence?
Oct
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Oct
2
revised ってば and もう: not sure how to use these in a sentence
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Oct
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answered ってば and もう: not sure how to use these in a sentence
Oct
1
asked How do you replace 「お悔やみ」 in condolences to a Japanese Christian?
Oct
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comment How do you politely ask permission to deviate from received instructions?
Thank you very much, your suggestions are extremely helpful! I will offer to print out the changes.
Sep
30
accepted How do you politely ask permission to deviate from received instructions?