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reviewed Looks OK What's the meaning of 「確認というか念を押しとくが」?
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reviewed Looks OK Is there a less formal way to say あなた?
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answered How is「第3位を四捨五入」deconstructed to mean “round up to 2 decimal places”?
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Sep
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comment What is this dash-like punctuation mark?
@user54609 A "dash" takes up the space of two character, with no space in between (if it is displayed with proper font). Also, hiraganas and kanjis don't take a long vowel mark. Thirdly, it is usually very easy to tell from the context around.
Sep
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answered What is this dash-like punctuation mark?
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reviewed Reject When is a door a ドア and when is it a [扉]{とびら}?
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reviewed No Action Needed Verbs in application drop down lists
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reviewed Close Verbs in application drop down lists
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reviewed Leave Open Which personal pronouns and sentence ending particles would an old man use?
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reviewed Leave Closed Is Japanese understandable without pitch?
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reviewed Leave Closed Help with name for boy (British and Japanese)
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reviewed Close What are the pronunciation differences between speaking and singing Japanese?
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reviewed Close What qualities characterise girlish Japanese handwriting?
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reviewed Leave Open How many kanji do Japanese people know?
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reviewed Leave Open Why do English sources for learning Japanese leave out pitch?