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revised Etymology and meaning of ukemi (受け身?) as part of 合気道
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answered Difference between 目覚める and 起きる
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comment How do you say “Red Coast” in Japanese?
Just FYI, you have two other options for "red": 紅 and 緋.
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reviewed No Action Needed How is て行く being used in すすんで行く and さいて行く?
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reviewed Close 「~てはいただけません」- Why the は?
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reviewed Close Why do we have to use ている form of 思う with third person subject
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revised Difference between -ていく and -てくる
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Jul
27
comment Is this sentence correct?
I'd say something more like 沼に近寄る者は不幸である.
Jul
27
revised Is this sentence correct?
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Jul
27
comment What is the radical of 全? 人 or 入?
As @user3306356 mentions, I'm more inclined to think it's ひと just based on the stroke order.
Jul
27
revised Why do we have to use ている form of 思う with third person subject
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Jul
26
revised Understanding かなでたり
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Jul
26
comment Understanding かなでたり
Have you tried reverse conjugating it and looking up something similar in a dictionary?
Jul
24
revised Do these two questions differ in any way?
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Jul
23
reviewed Leave Closed Some Japanese dictionaries (e.g. 大辞林, 大辞泉, and 明鏡国語辞典) use this inverted triangle outline symbol (▽) for some kanji compounds. What does it mean?
Jul
23
comment な, の, である and ために
@Lyle: Hmm, I have that dictionary too. I'll have to check it out when I get home.
Jul
23
accepted Why is this [二番目]{に・ばん・め} counter used for a person?
Jul
23
comment な, の, である and ために
I would say #2 can only be 学生であるために. Saying it as 学生のために sound wrong to my ear, but this is just my intuition.
Jul
22
reviewed Leave Open How does one give directions in Japanese (e.g. to a cab driver)?
Jul
22
reviewed Close Some Japanese dictionaries (e.g. 大辞林, 大辞泉, and 明鏡国語辞典) use this inverted triangle outline symbol (▽) for some kanji compounds. What does it mean?