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Aug
13
revised When to use 従え or 従い?
Adding furigana since this saying uses the less-obvious readings
Aug
12
revised Is this でも or で+も?
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Aug
10
comment How Is つ/ツ origin 川?
@broccoliforest: What does your comment mean?
Aug
6
comment Meaning of 増える in this sentence
Thank you. That's what I was thinking was correct, but I wasn't positive.
Aug
6
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
6
answered What to say if you want to comfort your superior who is sick?
Aug
6
revised How to compare the ages of people in Japanese?
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Aug
6
answered How to compare the ages of people in Japanese?
Aug
5
comment What's the difference between 早い and 早め?
Related: “slightly/somewhat” の 「~目」: Usage and limitations
Aug
3
comment How to approximate the phrase “bring to life”
Sorry if I'm missing what you're asking, but you mean something like "Robert Downy Jr. really brings Iron Man to life with his witty character banter"?
Aug
2
revised What does いくつか mean in the phrase いくつかの種類?
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Aug
2
answered What does いくつか mean in the phrase いくつかの種類?
Jul
31
answered Is “暴走する” accurately translated as “Out of control” or a synonym of such, in this context?
Jul
30
revised Is へ and に interchangeable in these cases?
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Jul
29
comment What does a 交番 look like?
Here's one in Azabu/Roppongi. Searching Tokyo in Google Maps for 「交番」
Jul
29
revised Alternative word to “お[巡]{まわ}りさん”?
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Jul
29
comment What does a 交番 look like?
I've never been to London, so I don't know. I lived in Osaka for two years and saw them all over the place. I think the number of staff in them depends on the actual location and actual 交番 density of the area. For example, in the heart of 梅田 there were tons of 交番, so each one probably only had 4-5 staff in it.
Jul
29
answered Alternative word to “お[巡]{まわ}りさん”?
Jul
29
comment What does a 交番 look like?
I think this is borderline off-topic, but I'll leave it. Usually they say 交番 on them, so they're not hard to spot. Also usually on street corners, corner of a building, etc.
Jul
29
answered Verb in ている form ends with しまう