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Oct
2
comment Pronunciation of 日 in compound words
@Dono: Nitpicking continued - Then your example didn't disprove anything; in fact, it further proved it because the quote said "use the kun readings" and you provided another kun reading.
Oct
2
comment What purpose does は serve after へ in this sentence?
@Dono: I'm too lazy to do most things myself. That's why I became a software developer.
Oct
2
comment Pronunciation of 日 in compound words
That's why I put it in quotes.
Oct
2
comment What purpose does は serve after へ in this sentence?
@Dono: Reference? I've never heard that. And in fact, heard that that can't happen.
Oct
2
comment Why does the か come before です in this question?
You don't have to drop the を because of the か.
Oct
2
revised Pronunciation of 日 in compound words
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Oct
2
answered Pronunciation of 日 in compound words
Oct
2
comment What's the difference between 平行 and 並行?
It's built into Mac OSX. But I think that might be the result of the non-computer-sciency-savvy layperson's confusion between "concurrent" and "parallel".
Oct
1
comment What's the difference between 平行 and 並行?
プログレッシブ says: "並行処理|〔コンピュータ〕parallel processing"
Oct
1
revised What's the difference between 平行 and 並行?
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Oct
1
revised What's the difference between 平行 and 並行?
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Oct
1
asked What's the difference between 平行 and 並行?
Oct
1
revised It's time to [verb]
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Sep
30
awarded  usage
Sep
30
answered Is ruby text essential?
Sep
28
answered It's time to [verb]
Sep
28
comment When is 「だ/である」required between a noun and the quotation particle と?
@phoenixheart6: Example? If it's not someone's direct words, can you even call it a "quote"?
Sep
28
comment When is 「だ/である」required between a noun and the quotation particle と?
There's no need to differentiate between (1) and (2). But what are you asking exactly? And what is an "indirect quote"? Directly quoting someone who directly quotes someone else?
Sep
26
comment 神様がある vs. 神様がいる
@Teno: I think Japanese would instantly recognize me as a foreigner by my face.
Sep
26
answered 神様がある vs. 神様がいる