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May
15
revised When particle mo is used to mean also, particle wa is omitted. Does mo also replace ga?
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May
15
comment Difference between 今{こん}後{ご} and 未{み}来{らい}
Related: Difference between 行く末, 将来 and 未来.
May
15
comment What's the difference between 復帰, 復元 and 復旧
I think 復元 is the most common for computer/technology contexts.
May
15
revised Can I say this sentence in another way?
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May
14
answered What is the meaning of 第ー部
May
12
reviewed Approve Does 'this friday' take に
May
12
comment Does 'this friday' take に
Hint: Do not try to translate particles to exact words or situations in English.
May
11
comment Asking about “time sent” and “time received”
What context are you using this in? Are you trying to write it in a UI somewhere? Are you directly asking another person? Something else?
May
10
comment The “3 highs” and “3 lows” when choosing a husband
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this is more of a cultural question than one related to the language.
May
10
comment ~うございます construction
Related: ~うございます - keigo い-adjectives.
May
8
comment What's it called when furigana push characters apart because they're so long?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it seems to be more about typography than the Japanese language itself.
May
6
comment Understanding 「あきらめたらそこで試合終了なので、最後まで頑張ります」
"Game"/"Match", not "test".
May
6
revised Understanding 「あきらめたらそこで試合終了なので、最後まで頑張ります」
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May
5
comment How to distinguish between handwritten ソ and ン?
イソターネット!!!!!!!!
May
4
revised I have some question about てけない
Rewriting this in non-stupid-internet-speech.
May
1
comment Decrypting a japanese sentence
What @snailboat said.
May
1
answered Meaning of 持てない in 充電中は持てないほど暑くなるんだけど
May
1
comment も Particle before です
I think 私もです is usually short for 私も(そう)です.
May
1
comment Decrypting a japanese sentence
I do not think the ある in this clause is 或る.
Apr
30
comment Why is イチゴ written in katakana?
Also see Why are katakana preferred over hiragana or kanji sometimes?.