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Sep
9
comment Verb used for “being in a class”
Oh, I assumed you were texting a Japanese person. But yes, クラス is fine too.
Sep
9
answered Verb used for “being in a class”
Sep
9
comment Verb used for “being in a class”
Just so I'm clear, by "taking" do you mean "currently sitting in", or just "enrolled in"?
Sep
9
revised Verb used for “being in a class”
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Aug
29
comment What is the implication when a girl refers to herself using “うち”? Is it meant to be more or less feminine? Neutral? Tomboyish?
I feel like this question is a duplicate, but if it is, I can't find it. Anyway, related: How should I select what first-person pronoun to use?
Aug
29
comment は/が with いる. When to use each of them
Related: What is the difference between “に” and “には”?
Aug
29
revised は/が with いる. When to use each of them
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Aug
27
reviewed No Action Needed Difference between 闇 (yami) and 怨 (on)
Aug
25
reviewed Leave Open Does anyone have advice on how to get over/through/around the intermediate language plateau? (Self-learner)
Aug
25
reviewed Leave Open What is the character for resistance?
Aug
23
revised Question about the phrase「挑みかかる手前な顔」
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Aug
21
revised break down ~いていいと思ってる
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Aug
21
reviewed Leave Open How to translate 「まだ行ったことのないアメリカや日本に行ってみたいです」?
Aug
21
reviewed No Action Needed Kisshu fushin actual meaning
Aug
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to translate 「まだ行ったことのないアメリカや日本に行ってみたいです」?
Aug
20
comment What is the difference between 夕立 and 朝立ち?
@ssb: I will give you all the upvotes if you post that as an answer.
Aug
20
revised What is the difference between [友達]{とも・だち} and [友人]{ゆう・じん}?
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Aug
20
answered What is “Almost” in Japanese
Aug
20
revised why isn't “そなわち” in dictionaries? what does it mean?
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Aug
19
answered why isn't “そなわち” in dictionaries? what does it mean?