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Aug
28
revised How to say “also” or “too”
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Aug
28
answered How to say “also” or “too”
Aug
28
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why is “Xy” pronounced as “Ki Shi” in Xylitol「キシリトール」?
Aug
24
comment Kanji for native Japanese concepts: Kun'yomi spanning multiple morphemes
I voted to close because this seems so broad that I doubt an exhaustive list could reasonably be constructed. I touched on a few examples here. Maybe you should narrow down the scope of your questions to something more concrete.
Aug
23
accepted Stative verbs: ~ている vs ~てある vs ~(ら)れる
Aug
23
accepted Employed by one institution but work for another
Aug
23
revised Stroke order for han-dakuten
Epiphany for update
Aug
23
comment Use of unit abbreviations in Japanese
Related info about 30度.
Aug
23
comment How 「えい」 should be pronounced in the words like 英語, 先生, etc?
I don't see what [sei] or [see] has anything to do with 敬語.
Aug
22
revised Translation doubts (が, き…)
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Aug
22
answered Translation doubts (が, き…)
Aug
21
answered The difference between 初めて, 最初に and 最初
Aug
19
comment How do I say “He already went to do X for me”, implying he is still in the process of X, not finished?
+1 Best answer. 買いに行っている sounds most natural to me.
Aug
17
comment Please help to understand the verb suffix 掛ける
Related: What is the difference in terms of grammar between ~かける and ~っぱなし?.
Aug
17
comment クラウド上で - pronunciation?
Also related: JLPT N1 question: Why isn't a large amount of money a good enough reason to kill someone? and What does it mean to be “over a law”?.
Aug
14
comment What does the word ゆける signify?
Since it's speaking of dying, wouldn't it more likely be 逝ける?
Aug
10
answered Which word to use for “butterfly”?
Aug
10
comment List of suppletive honorific and humble forms
FYI, the in 存知 is technically incorrect, though widely accepted. 存じ is correct.
Aug
8
comment What is the difference between 防止 and 予防?
So do you mean 防止 means "we know that the thing will happen so we have to stop it", and 予防 means "we don't know if it will happen or not (起こるとしたら...), but let's take some action to make sure it doesn't"?
Aug
7
revised do people actually respect the nuances of 探す vs 捜す?
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