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Aug
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answered How to use 対応 correctly
Aug
7
asked How to use イコール to compare things? How is it different from 同じ?
Jul
30
accepted What is a 割り込みタスク?
Jul
29
asked What is a 割り込みタスク?
Jul
27
accepted What is usually written at the end of a slides presentation to imply “Thanks for listening”?
Jul
27
comment What is usually written at the end of a slides presentation to imply “Thanks for listening”?
Yep, I think that is the one.
Jul
27
revised What is usually written at the end of a slides presentation to imply “Thanks for listening”?
wording
Jul
27
asked What is usually written at the end of a slides presentation to imply “Thanks for listening”?
Jul
24
comment How would one convey “get over it” in Japanese?
I also agree that the answer for this has to do with 卒業する, as in "Facebookを卒業した" => I'm over Facebook (I no longer use it)
Jul
16
accepted What is that thing yelled in Japanese when starting something?
Jul
16
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
16
asked What is that thing yelled in Japanese when starting something?
Jul
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awarded  Nice Question
Jul
7
accepted What is the usage of 先 vs. 元?
Jul
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accepted What to say when leaving the table before everybody else?
Jul
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comment When is it appropriate to use お疲れ様 (otsukaresama)?
@Dave is right on this topic. When you leave you should say お先に失礼します then they will answer you お疲れさまです, then after leaving the building the security guard will say お疲れさまでした!. When I was not familiar with this particular piece of Japanese culture I used to say お疲れ様です and leave, and then somebody nice would correct me and say "I think you meant お先に失礼します".
Jul
2
answered When Japanese say KY on the Internet, what does it mean exactly?
Jul
2
comment What to say when leaving the table before everybody else?
I think that it is wrong because お先に失礼します is something you say when you leave work before others after overcoming the KY thing while they are still doing work, thus its usage context is very different in my opinion.
Jul
2
asked What to say when leaving the table before everybody else?
Jul
2
answered Using すみません instead of ありがとう