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Apr
23
revised Problem understanding a sentence
Fixing ungrammatical English
Apr
23
answered Problem understanding a sentence
Apr
23
revised “Grammatically-correct” particle-less phrases/sayings
more examples
Apr
23
comment How do you use 〜と知る?
@TsuyoshiIto: Hmm, I see. Thank you for your input.
Apr
23
comment How do you use 〜と知る?
@TsuyoshiIto: then does my original made-up example sound natural at all to you? ミユキちゃんが結婚したと知ってる?
Apr
21
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
20
revised How do you use 〜と知る?
added 553 characters in body
Apr
20
comment How do you use 〜と知る?
@sawa: I can find one. I've seen it in my Japanese Bible, but I can't recall where at the moment. And indeed I hear 〜と知る used often on Facebook by my friends (whether it's grammatical or not).
Apr
19
asked How do you use 〜と知る?
Apr
19
asked “Grammatically-correct” particle-less phrases/sayings
Apr
19
comment What's the difference between 一応 and とりあえず?
一往【いちおう】 looks way cooler.
Apr
10
revised Different ways to say “at least” / 「少なくとも」
Fixing markdown since it doesn't work for Japanese text.
Apr
10
comment Different ways to say “at least” / 「少なくとも」
Yeah, the asterisks, etc. markdown don't work for Japanese text. You have to use html tags.
Apr
10
revised How do I translate a pattern like “Tap to enter comment”?
added 1 characters in body
Apr
9
answered How do I translate a pattern like “Tap to enter comment”?
Apr
8
answered What does 御用の向きとは mean + usage of うぬ in the meaning of “you”
Apr
3
revised しゅうと/シュート - The great equalizer
edited title
Apr
3
comment しゅうと/シュート - The great equalizer
@sawa: True, it can mean "shoot" in basketball, soccer, etc. I guess the confusion was due to the fact that the word "shoot" is not a regular baseball term, so the movie made it sound like しゅうと was word of Japanese origin.
Apr
3
comment しゅうと/シュート - The great equalizer
Fantastic, thank you!