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Feb
23
comment How was the first Japanese-English dictionary made?
Are you interested in the history of Japanese-English interactions and how the exchange of words and information was done between these two cultures, or are you more generally asking about the processes which two (arbitrary) languages interface and relate to each other? The former might be on-topic for this site or on Linguistics, while the latter seems to fit better on Linguistics than on this site.
Feb
22
accepted Change in self-address for emphasis or to express frustration or dissatisfaction
Feb
22
asked Plural reflexives: among themselves
Feb
21
revised What does ま、いっか。めんどくさいし mean?
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Feb
21
revised Difficulty understanding なんないのも
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Feb
21
comment Difficulty understanding なんないのも
Perhaps these other questions might help: How to use なきゃ correctly and Meaning of 話になんない
Feb
19
comment Strange usage of というもの
Hi. Your question was not well received probably due to a lack of focus on the question and having a weak link between what you have put in effort in, and what you were trying to find out. I have added a question explicitly in an attempt to clarify the question. If you feel that your intention was lost, please rollback the edit or edit accordingly.
Feb
19
revised Strange usage of というもの
added an explicit question
Feb
19
revised I'm doing 自己PR, how can I say that I'm a person who doesn't give up?
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Feb
19
accepted Identification of ライヤ: 来夜、来耶、来也 and its meaning
Feb
18
revised Identification of ライヤ: 来夜、来耶、来也 and its meaning
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Feb
18
asked Identification of ライヤ: 来夜、来耶、来也 and its meaning
Feb
16
answered What is “を ” used for when not attached to a verb at the end of a sentence?
Feb
16
revised What is “を ” used for when not attached to a verb at the end of a sentence?
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Feb
16
comment What is “を ” used for when not attached to a verb at the end of a sentence?
I think you may have misidentified the end of the sentence.
Feb
16
revised What is “を ” used for when not attached to a verb at the end of a sentence?
deleted 77 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Feb
13
reviewed Approve Use of はじめて and どれだっけ?
Feb
13
revised Change in self-address for emphasis or to express frustration or dissatisfaction
rolled back to a previous revision
Feb
13
reviewed Approve Looking for meaning of 入道雲
Feb
13
reviewed Approve Isn't there something wrong in this sentence? Does 対抗できずに create semantic conflict?