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Mar
10
revised Is this sentence about specific people, or a certain type of people in general?
my question was too broad
Mar
10
revised Unknown grammar: でいたい structure
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Mar
10
comment Unknown grammar: でいたい structure
Hi! Welcome to JLSE. Please avoid giving your question vague titles. The title should give users an idea of what the question is about before they click it.
Mar
9
revised Appropriateness of using ~たい in a polite setting: “Have you always wanted to be a teacher” in Japanese
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Mar
6
answered Past negative tense じゃなかったでした
Mar
6
revised 「全く知りません」と「全然知りません」違うこと
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Mar
5
revised 「残業代」と「残業費」の違いを教えてください。
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Mar
4
revised Different word about Back and spine
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Feb
27
comment How do I express “I like to watch you work” in a professional manner
I attempted to make your question appear more specific by focussing the question on how it can be said in a professional manner as opposed to just simply trying to translate the phrase.
Feb
27
revised How do I express “I like to watch you work” in a professional manner
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Feb
27
comment How do I express “I like to watch you work” in a professional manner
You can try using HiNative which deals with "How do you say this?" and "Does this sound natural?" type proofreading questions. General "how do you say this"-type questions tend to attract close votes on our site unless there is a specific question to be asked about the sentence, or if there is an additional element that prevents it from being simply translated.
Feb
27
revised Rain on your parade
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Feb
25
revised Word order of actions when using nagara (while)?
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Feb
25
accepted Plural reflexives: among themselves
Feb
25
revised How do I read 数 in ページ数?
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Feb
25
answered How do I read 数 in ページ数?
Feb
24
comment と indicating a condition that results in an inevitable outcome
This question may be too open-ended for our site. You can try searching on these sites listed under Bilingual Example Dictionaries on our resource page. Alternatively, you can try using HiNative and ask for example sentences directly.
Feb
24
comment と indicating a condition that results in an inevitable outcome
"Can someone give an example sentence "「はい」か「いいえ」だけで答えてもいいですね ww
Feb
24
reviewed Leave Open Why doesn't 教 end in“-う”?
Feb
24
comment What does 先{さき} mean here?
Perhaps you would like to differentiate your answer from the existing answer by explaining what you mean by "due to the arrangement".