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I live in Tokyo and want to get more comfortable with Japanese.

I sometimes write in lang8 at http://lang-8.com/342891, please check it if you want to friend or correct me.

I'm mostly focusing on reading/grammar now. http://www.youtube.com/user/jlptn1?feature=mhee is my youtube channel where I used to stream my jlpt n1 kanji/vocab flashcard study time. I passed it but just barely, so I'm still interested in studying for it.


Jul
1
reviewed Satisfactory Question about subject
Jul
1
reviewed Excellent Questions with some usages of で
Jul
1
awarded  Custodian
Jul
1
reviewed Satisfactory Why don't radicals have the same definition for all kanji?
Jun
12
awarded  Informed
Jun
11
comment Is there any difference between じゃあない and じゃない?
To be clearer, you said you think the author invented 「じゃあない」 because of occam's razor, and I'm saying you maybe shouldn't.
Jun
11
comment Is there any difference between じゃあない and じゃない?
Razors are not always useful. By occam's razor, you could also say that the claim that "the author snailboat happened to mention was the the first to use じゃあない" is probably wrong by thinking "Some other person first used じゃあない" is simpler.
Jun
11
accepted Pronunciation of イ列 + う
Jun
7
comment Pronunciation of イ列 + う
@Chocolate ah, thanks. I only thought it was きりう because it was spelled that way in english on a sign, and my IME let me enter it as such, so I was mistaken.
Jun
7
asked Pronunciation of イ列 + う
Jun
1
accepted Pronunciation of ワンマン運転
Jun
1
accepted What does こと mean between two nouns?
May
30
asked What does こと mean between two nouns?
May
28
asked Pronunciation of ワンマン運転
Nov
23
awarded  Yearling
Nov
10
revised の cannot be used as a pronoun meaning “one” for “highly abstract objects” but what is a “highly abstract object”?(amended)
added 385 characters in body
Nov
9
accepted Is 郵便 exclusive to Japan Post in this reading problem?
Nov
9
comment Is 郵便 exclusive to Japan Post in this reading problem?
@TsuyoshiIto I'll take it down if it bothers people. I understand the quantity is larger than a vocab problem, but I still thought it was fair use en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_use if you want to use U.S. standards
Nov
8
answered の cannot be used as a pronoun meaning “one” for “highly abstract objects” but what is a “highly abstract object”?(amended)
Nov
8
revised Is 郵便 exclusive to Japan Post in this reading problem?
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