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May
4
accepted Does this sentence using も twice say that the speaker doesn't have 女子力?
May
2
accepted How do you indicate sections in a report if there are more than 5? (まず、つぎに、さらに、そして、最後に)
May
2
accepted Can 「奴」 be used to refer to a female?
Apr
29
answered How would you structure a sentence to say “someday I will go to Japan”?
Apr
29
asked How do you indicate sections in a report if there are more than 5? (まず、つぎに、さらに、そして、最後に)
Apr
29
asked Can 「奴」 be used to refer to a female?
Apr
29
accepted What does 「どっか」 mean?
Apr
28
asked What does 「どっか」 mean?
Jan
22
awarded  Yearling
Jan
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awarded  Critic
Jan
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awarded  Teacher
Jan
11
answered My name is Midori, but I have never known the Kanji
Sep
24
accepted How do you politely and gratefully reply to an invitation to be published?
Sep
23
comment How do you politely and gratefully reply to an invitation to be published?
What is a politer version of 「はい」? I am only familiar with alternatives to it that can be used in certain contents only, such as 「畏まりました」or「了解です」 or 「よろしい」 or 「そうです」, but I do not think I have heard of another word that equates to a politer version of 「はい」.
Sep
22
asked How do you politely and gratefully reply to an invitation to be published?
Sep
1
accepted Politely asking to stay at someone's home? お邪魔させてもらう、泊めてもらう、or 滞在させてもらう?
Sep
1
comment Politely asking to stay at someone's home? お邪魔させてもらう、泊めてもらう、or 滞在させてもらう?
Thanks, Will, that sounds very helpful!
Sep
1
asked Politely asking to stay at someone's home? お邪魔させてもらう、泊めてもらう、or 滞在させてもらう?
Aug
26
accepted What do young Japanese mean by セクハラ?
Aug
26
accepted Does「いとこ違い」mean “first cousin once removed” in Japanese?