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May
11
revised What are the differences between すぐ、もうすぐ、すぐに?
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May
11
comment How to say “I hope you liked it” or “I hope you found it interesting” as a conclusion for a formal speech?
This is for very formal speeches though. For a speech in a class it might be an overkill. ありがとうございました may be more natural in a more informal context
May
11
answered What are the differences between すぐ、もうすぐ、すぐに?
May
11
revised is 指関節{しかんせつ} a “normal” japanese word or a rare technical one?
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May
11
answered is 指関節{しかんせつ} a “normal” japanese word or a rare technical one?
May
11
answered Is しゃぶしゃぶ typically written in hiragana rather than katakana?
May
6
comment When is it acceptable to use “Newspaper grammar”?
@Tim: it's this guy: ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E8%BE%B0%E6%BF%83%E5%92%8C%E7%94%B7 but generally a lot of people share this opinion, even in the newspaper industry.
May
6
answered Inequality symbols in Japanese writing
May
6
answered What nuance does ガールフレンド have?
May
6
comment In which terms, if any, is へつ used as an On-reading of the character 閉?
Never heard of it, nor can I find it in any dictionary. +1 for an error
May
6
answered How does one express “late” or “lateness”?
May
6
revised When is it acceptable to use “Newspaper grammar”?
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May
6
answered When is it acceptable to use “Newspaper grammar”?
May
4
comment Isn't ずらっと並んでいる redundant?
@DaveMG: Added some edit, HTH. I also changed the kids picture to a one from a news article because it seemed a bit unfair. In the original picture I shared, I think the kids are actually doing 3列に並ぶ, but got a bit unorganized after a while, so that's why you could still say they are 並んでいる
May
4
revised Isn't ずらっと並んでいる redundant?
Change picture of kids to a picture from news article because it seemed a bit unfair
May
4
revised Isn't ずらっと並んでいる redundant?
Change picture of kids to a picture from news article because it seemed a bit unfair
May
3
answered Isn't ずらっと並んでいる redundant?
May
3
comment しかも and なお both mean “furthermore; in addition; nevertheless” but here they are used together
@TokyoNagoya: I can guess you are a Japanese netizen ;) I am a native speaker. I just inserted the sentence to explain the logic behind. Hence the note "This can be made more natural by changing it to".
May
2
answered Does なりやした mean なりました?
May
2
answered しかも and なお both mean “furthermore; in addition; nevertheless” but here they are used together