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Feb
2
accepted What is this 〜な〜な pattern?
Feb
1
revised What is this 〜な〜な pattern?
Realized this was better wording for the translation
Jan
31
asked What is this 〜な〜な pattern?
Jan
31
comment How can I differentiate between “risk” and “danger” in Japanese?
To add to @rio's comment, looking up 危険性 on the dictionary in OSX goes straight to the Wikipedia entry for リスク.
Jan
31
answered Is there a non-katakana word for “cash flow”?
Jan
31
comment How can I differentiate between feet and legs?
+1 for ビッグフット.
Jan
30
comment Expressing neighborhood in Japanese
What about 付近【ふきん】?
Jan
30
revised Expressing neighborhood in Japanese
Added furigana for 界隈, a word I'd never seen before
Jan
29
comment Internet speak - orz
@Chocolate: 親指 →  ,\\\ ← other 指. other指は斜めだから、wavingです。
Jan
29
revised The grammar of ~かれ~かれ
added 6 characters in body
Jan
29
revised The grammar of ~かれ~かれ
added 6 characters in body
Jan
27
comment How can I differentiate between feet and legs?
@sawa: Which I now see was originally edited from フート. Sorry.
Jan
27
comment How can I differentiate between feet and legs?
@sawa: OP said フィート, not フート. Although I've never heard anyone use フィート in reference to bodily apendages; only for the 12" measurement of length.
Jan
27
comment How to express: I am going to Japan to study?
@dainichi: [[ ...when studying abroad in a country where the native language is not the same as yours, one is most likely studying abroad in this county specifically to study the language. ]]
Jan
27
comment How does a noun phrase translate into a verb?
What the heck???
Jan
26
awarded  Civic Duty
Jan
26
revised what is the meaning of 腹んばいになって?
deleted 1 characters in body
Jan
26
comment が and に interchangeability and difference in meaning
@Flaw: no, I'm almost certain it can because I specifically remember "This man had 2 daughters" being in an English newsletter I was translating into Japanese. I used , but after my Japanese friend looked it over, she corrected it to . Unless she made a mistake, or it's one of those things where everyone says it incorrectly but it's socially accepted anyway.
Jan
25
revised が and に interchangeability and difference in meaning
added 12 characters in body
Jan
25
answered が and に interchangeability and difference in meaning