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Mar
16
comment Using the Nelson index# as a means to order kanji? What do natives use?
@dwakam: You could order kanji in several different ways: "alphabetical", number of strokes, JLPT level, Kanken level, order taught in Japanese schools (may be the same as Kanken level), etc. So since you never specified which, it was impossible to tell.
Mar
16
revised Use of 何か in this sentence
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Mar
16
comment ひとこと・いちげん・いちごん - what is the difference?
[1] says that all three words (三語とも) are written in kanji as 「一言」.
Mar
16
comment Using the Nelson index# as a means to order kanji? What do natives use?
What kind of order? You never specify. I could think of several right now.
Mar
13
revised What does のに at the end of a sentence mean?
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Mar
13
comment What does のに at the end of a sentence mean?
Can you post some example sentences that you've seen with this?
Mar
11
revised Reading this sentence right
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Mar
11
answered help with this sentence from Pokemon (みちに だんさが あるだろ!)
Mar
10
comment “Masu” verb form vs “Imperfective” verb form
So, what are you asking exactly?
Mar
10
revised 起きたことを … proper english rendering?
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Mar
9
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
8
answered Is there a less formal way to say あなた?
Mar
7
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
5
answered Meaning of て もかまいません
Mar
5
comment What's the difference between ために/ため, ように and のに meaning “in order to”?
チケットを買うために3時間並んでいた.
Mar
4
comment How do you know when to useですor います?and when to use the particles はor の?
These should be two separate questions.
Mar
4
comment Don't quite understand sentence in Japanese folk-tale video
I think it would just be considered a compound noun, but don't quote me on that.
Mar
4
answered Don't quite understand sentence in Japanese folk-tale video
Mar
4
accepted Why does this word have the registered trademark symbol ® on it?