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comment When would と appear at the start of a sentence?
The second and third bullets.
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revised Non-distinguished animal pairs in Japanese
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Apr
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answered Why does this haiku have a 5-6-5 pattern?
Apr
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revised Why does this haiku have a 5-6-5 pattern?
clarification
Apr
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revised Frequency adverb locations
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Apr
22
revised Is [舐]{な}める a stative verb?
Put in furigana for some words that may not be well-known.
Apr
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comment Te form standing alone
Refer to this post: The many ways to say “and” in Japanese.
Apr
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answered Te form standing alone
Apr
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comment What methods/systems for finding kanji or entering them on a PC tend to be faster than others?
I personally won't vote to close this topic, but it borders on a being a resource question and being an opinion question (both of which are considered off-topic). You might want to edit it to veer away from those.
Apr
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comment Difference between 〜てみたい and 〜たい
What did you learn about 〜てみる exactly? Seems like if you understand that, you should understand the difference of the 〜たい forms.
Apr
13
comment Looking for a Chinese-Japanese-English phrasebook
This type of question is off-topic for the main JSE site. Please check out our resources topic on the meta site.
Apr
13
comment Differences between “何度も or 何度でも” and 何回も?
Is there a generally agreed upon boundary for what is considered "large" in #4?
Apr
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comment What's the best way to say “redesign” pertaining to a web page/site?
So which one do you think is better or more common: 新しくする or 改装?
Apr
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revised What's the best way to say “redesign” pertaining to a web page/site?
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Apr
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asked What's the best way to say “redesign” pertaining to a web page/site?
Apr
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answered what does “私なりに…” mean?
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comment Old fashioned grammar structure?
Apparently the original post had a typo in it, and had it been くる, I failed to remember that you don't say Personにくる, but instead need ところ to convey that. (Personのところにくる). Hope that clears things up.