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Jun
4
revised When to use くれる/もらう
deleted 6 characters in body
Jun
3
comment What do Japanese signatures look like?
@TheWanderingCoder: NP! :D
Jun
3
comment Phrases to describe looking something up somewhere other than a dictionary
捜す is used when searching for people.
Jun
3
comment What do Japanese signatures look like?
@TheWanderingCoder: I don't want to, that's why I linked to Wikipedia.
Jun
2
answered What do Japanese signatures look like?
Jun
2
revised Confusion in choosing either 見やすい or 読みやすい
edited title
Jun
1
comment Grammatical Pattern : VerbてのNoun
So is 〜あっての as in this post just a singular example of this general Verb in 連用形 + て + の + Noun form?
Jun
1
revised 「悪気があっての答え」 vs 「悪気がある答え」
added 1 character in body
May
31
comment Can someone help me identify this font?
@naruto: My reasoning is that knowing/not knowing that font will not help/prevent anyone from learning Japanese.
May
31
awarded  Yearling
May
31
comment Can someone help me identify this font?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about typography, not learning the Japanese language.
May
29
revised What does mou もう mean with non-past verb?
deleted 13 characters in body
May
28
comment Told About Something
@AJFarmar: I'm aware that it is katakana for "Fusion". What I'm not aware of it was that is in relation to the example sentence.
May
28
comment Told About Something
What is フュージョン? Is that the waiter's name?
May
27
reviewed Approve Particle と in Feliksas と申します。
May
27
reviewed Approve How do 自他 triplets of related verbs work?
May
26
comment If 鳥肉 is chicken meat, what is duck meat?
Related: What words are used for dolphin meat? and Different conventions for animal meat
May
26
awarded  Popular Question
May
25
comment Using と to link clauses instead of て
I asked that as more of a suggestion to edit it into the question.
May
25
comment Using と to link clauses instead of て
Do you know if the reading for 一寸 is いっすん, ちょっと, or something else?