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Nov
8
comment Can のほうが be omitted when answering a question?
I'm editing your answer to use the quote markdown instead of the code markdown so that the long sentences won't produce scrollbars.
Nov
8
comment How to translate: “Keep/leave something”. So, how to express intention to leave something unchanged
No problem, you're free to choose whichever helped you more.
Nov
8
revised How to translate: “Keep/leave something”. So, how to express intention to leave something unchanged
added 69 characters in body
Nov
8
comment Can のほうが be omitted when answering a question?
Yes, hear it all the time.
Nov
7
revised Particle と with へ; ~へと
Removing redundant kana-only sentence
Nov
7
comment Difference between 〜げ and 〜そう
@MattN.: Since the た line is typed with 't', just use 'd' for the だ line, even if the romaji is a different letter.
Nov
7
comment Difference between 何の~ and どんな~
@Flaw: that sounds very unnatural and strange to me. I think you'd get some confused looks if you answered that way.
Nov
7
answered How to translate: “Keep/leave something”. So, how to express intention to leave something unchanged
Nov
7
answered Omitting ようだ at the end of a sentence
Nov
7
comment Particle と with へ; ~へと
I understand it, but I sure can't explain it.
Nov
7
answered Difference between 何の~ and どんな~
Nov
6
answered What is the difference in usage between 準備 用意 and 覚悟
Nov
6
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What differences should I look out for between male vs female speech?
Nov
5
comment Difference between 〜げ and 〜そう
= 'du' on most IME's.
Nov
5
answered Questions about this sentence
Nov
5
revised When should I replace kanji with hiragana?
deleted 13 characters in body
Nov
5
answered When should I replace kanji with hiragana?
Nov
5
revised When should I replace kanji with hiragana?
edited title
Nov
1
comment Using により to specify method
No problem. At the time I edited, you already had 2 or 3 upvotes, so apparently no one else noticed either. :D
Oct
31
comment Horizontal writing in the middle of vertical writing
My confusion with writing direction naming comes from the fact that one of the "tokens" means "direction within a line", and the other means "layout of lines on the page", and depending on which you think comes first out of the two drastically changes your understanding of it. For me, "left-to-right, top-to-bottom" means "Lines are laid out on the page from left to right, and the text in a line flows from top to bottom". But others might take it the other way. I found this for some clarification, but I don't know how "official" it is.