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Jul
16
answered How to say “rough year” or “rough time”?
Jul
15
reviewed No Action Needed How do you use と言ってた?
Jul
15
reviewed No Action Needed What does adding お at the end of a word change?
Jul
15
reviewed Leave Closed How to express “Eternal/Endless Love” on an engraved bracelet
Jul
14
comment Pronounciation of the hiragana け and か
I personally cannot tell any difference between /e/ and /ɛ/, nor can I conceive that any "normal" ear could either, so I'm leaving both of them in my answer.
Jul
14
revised Pronounciation of the hiragana け and か
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Jul
14
comment Pronounciation of the hiragana け and か
@snailboat: I don't see an entry for either a or e in that list. Where are you getting those?
Jul
14
comment ニッポン? Why Kana?
Related: Why "dame" is written as katakana (ダメ) in manga?
Jul
14
answered Pronounciation of the hiragana け and か
Jul
13
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
13
revised Still trying to get my head around に and で
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Jul
13
revised Confusion about “Seemingly not ~”
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Jul
10
comment Why is Typhoon Neoguri sometimes referred to as “ノグリー”?
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Jul
10
comment How does one give directions in Japanese (e.g. to a cab driver)?
@ssb: Sorry, I missed that comment of hers.
Jul
10
comment Difference between こんにち and きょう
@YangMuye: Comments are not for Answers.
Jul
10
comment How does one give directions in Japanese (e.g. to a cab driver)?
@ssb: Why would you make the question about how to describe where your house is? I think there are people who take a cab to destinations other than their house.
Jul
9
comment Is there a special way of asking hypothetical questions?
I'm in too much of hurry right now, but check on the patterns ~としたら・~とすれば・~とすると or ~ものなら. In your case, 行くとしたら or 行くものなら.
Jul
9
comment 年休 vs. 有休/有給 as paid time off work
To me 有給 makes more sense because it's the opposite of 無給. It's more of omitting the 休暇 (because it's implied by the context) instead of taking the first of each word ( 暇).
Jul
8
revised Unnecessary に in “どんなに” in this sentence?
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Jul
8
answered “verb+ものです” has an additional meaning?