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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?
Jul
7
comment Meaning of て form + えん
Is there a reason I got two downvotes on this answer?
Jul
7
comment Few hard to recognize handwritten characters in miniature umbrella
@Earthliŋ: How did you type 仭? The dictionary on my Android phone said it was ジン or はか(る), but I couldn't get it to come up in Windows under either of those.
Jul
7
revised Meaning of て form + えん
added 73 characters in body
Jul
7
answered Few hard to recognize handwritten characters in miniature umbrella
Jul
6
comment Few hard to recognize handwritten characters in miniature umbrella
I would use a different character than ・ for the unknowns. It's really hard to see in all that writing.
Jul
6
answered Meaning of て form + えん
Jul
6
reviewed Looks OK recognize kanji
Jul
6
reviewed No Action Needed In what ways do Japanese children overgeneralize conjugation patterns?
Jul
5
revised how can I say “what about…?” in Japanese?
added 1 character in body
Jul
3
comment Proper Grass Radical Stroke Order
FYI, that radical is called [草冠]{くさ・かんむり}.
Jul
2
comment What is the etymology of the word Katsu?
@Choko: No way!
Jul
2
awarded  Inquisitive
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
1
comment What is the etymology of the word Katsu?
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Jul
1
answered What is the etymology of the word Katsu?
Jul
1
comment Difference between the words for “feeling”
You may want to include [体調]{たい・ちょう}. It technically means "physical/bodily condition", but you hear it often in 体調がいい・悪い to mean "I feel good/bad". Basically, it's the same as 体の具合.
Jun
30
accepted Alternate spelling for ありがたい, or typo?