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Japanese language self-learner. Fluent in English and to a lesser extent Chinese.


Oct
24
comment “I would stop missing you the moment we meet again”
@dainichi I offer this and this to explain that particular use of would. It's used to express tentativeness. I guess it works as a kind of a hedge.
Oct
21
reviewed No Action Needed Trouble parsing sentence with 合わず
Oct
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What's the difference between wa (は) and ga (が)?
Oct
13
comment Where to find a list of all syllables
Visit our resource page on meta.
Oct
12
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How to appropriately display the day of the month by itself? Is 日‪ required, optional, or undesirable?
Oct
12
comment What is the current usage of Siddham (梵字)?
Why is it on-topic?
Oct
10
comment どこでも vs. どこにでも vs. どこも
I think Derek Schaab's answer offers some help.
Oct
10
comment Native speakers (basically) don't study radicals. So, how could they be useful for learning kanji?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about a learning method, and the involvement of Japanese language is incidental.
Oct
10
reviewed Leave Closed What do the question marks on these gas station signs mean?
Oct
10
comment a few words have an honorific 「お」or「ご」 as a necessary prefix, right?
possible duplicate of does anyone know of any o-words or go-words which are absolutely neutral?
Oct
10
revised に particle and passive form… multiple meanings?
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Oct
10
revised に particle and passive form… multiple meanings?
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Oct
10
answered に particle and passive form… multiple meanings?
Oct
5
comment Is the i in kakikonde silent?
Answers to your secondary questions : 1) What's the difference in usage between 氏名 (しめい) and 名前 (なまえ)?. And 2) What does -komu (ー込む) at the end of a word mean?
Sep
30
revised でしょうか as a question
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Sep
30
answered でしょうか as a question
Sep
17
comment Meaning of ようにできる
Here's some example sentences for reference: eow.alc.co.jp/…
Sep
15
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
4
comment Is it true that all Japanese words end in a vowel when transliterated to English?
Seems like this asks about how English would deal with the assimilation of Japanese origin words into the English vocabulary. It doesn't seem to be under the scope of Japanese language.