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Jan
13
comment Do Japanese people use quotation marks for emphasis?
Haha, that's hilarious!
Jan
13
comment What's the difference between 補給, 補充, 補足, 補完?
I see plenty of example sentences in the dictionary for 補足 that have nothing to do with words...
Jan
9
answered は/が and を with the Passive form
Jan
8
comment Use of 方に In this sentence
Care to provide the rest of the context?
Jan
8
comment What is difference between 金、料、代、and 費?
I feel like this has been asked before, but I can't find it.
Jan
8
revised Come to ~: ~てくる vs. ~ようになる
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Jan
8
answered How would you express “pausing to think” in Japanese?
Jan
4
comment Why are there two readings of 留める
Wait, how is this related to Pac-Man?
Dec
30
comment How would you say something is like something else?
@senshin: That's really weird. Also, I wouldn't put it past the Japanese to create such things.
Dec
29
comment How would you say something is like something else?
What kind of weird apple/banana mutations are you eating?
Dec
29
revised How would you say something is like something else?
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Dec
24
awarded  Good Answer
Dec
22
revised Difference between 怒り{いかり} and 怒り{おこり}
It was a chore mousing over each one of these to see
Dec
19
comment 朝ご飯は vs. 朝ご飯に - difference between these two sentences?
I'm sure Google took the "for" and translated it to に.
Dec
9
comment Are there ways to write Japanese fast (like shortening the words)?
So many of them are shortening the words (like smb.) What is "smb"?
Dec
7
revised Using double negative
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Dec
5
revised Direct object or directional を
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Dec
5
revised What is the meaning/usage of いざ?
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Dec
4
revised How do you refer to items in a list?
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Dec
2
comment What's the kanji for “appointed location”
What exactly to you mean by "appointed"? The kanji 当 usually means "this" or "that". For example, 試験当日 means the day of the test.