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Jan
13
answered The various ways of saying “all”
Jan
12
answered How is ほか used as a conjunction?
Jan
11
revised Why are these words considered less politically correct?
Correct furigana: Geijin -> Geinin
Jan
11
comment Why are these words considered less politically correct?
As noted on the webpage, it cannot be totally trusted. (I don't know whether the examples you picked out are genuine or not.)
Jan
11
revised What's bugging the Japanese language?
improved formatting (bold bug in Japanese text)
Jan
10
comment How to use the inflection “やがる”?
Envy is a sin (Joking). I don't think it can be used with a strict positive emotion.
Jan
10
answered How to use the inflection “やがる”?
Jan
9
revised How to parse the proverb [艱難]{かんなん}[汝]{なんじ}を[玉]{たま}にす?
Changed furigana style
Jan
9
comment Getting your haircut in Japan
The second part is not about language. But it will depend on the barber. They will try to talk to you, it they can find something to talk about. Sometimes they also got nervous talking to a foreigner :) And the barber I went in Japan has picture book of various different hair styles. You can just pick one out. The barber would take appointment, but for the place I went it is OK to just walk in. They don't have that many customers there :)
Jan
7
accepted What is the correct reading for べき乗打切り待機法?
Jan
6
comment Why is を used in this situation? 私は先生がネコを好きだと思います
Just curious: where did you find this sentence?
Jan
6
comment What is the correct reading for べき乗打切り待機法?
I think the wrong translation should be the reason why I didn't find any description of the method on the internet.
Jan
6
asked What is the correct reading for べき乗打切り待機法?
Jan
6
revised How to read いい方
added 267 characters in body
Jan
6
answered How to read いい方
Jan
6
revised How to Convert Na-adjectives and Nouns to the ば-form?
added 60 characters in body
Jan
6
answered How to Convert Na-adjectives and Nouns to the ば-form?
Jan
4
comment General rules in negative adjectives in superpolite form
寒くのうございます? I've never seen negative "ございます" though.
Jan
4
answered Reconciliation of adverbial ぜひ with its Japanese-English translation
Jan
4
comment Reconciliation of adverbial ぜひ with its Japanese-English translation
In 大辞泉, there's only one entry for ぜひ/是非.