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Dec
27
answered What is the origin of イレーザー?
Dec
27
comment What is the origin of イレーザー?
According to some paper dictionary I have, it is a British/American difference.
Dec
27
comment What is the origin of イレーザー?
It can be voiced according to thefreedictionary
Dec
27
awarded  Excavator
Dec
27
revised Japanese dictionary for mathematics/computer science jargon
deleted 11 characters in body
Dec
26
answered “To call” or “To receive a call”
Dec
23
answered Subject following verb?
Dec
21
comment Why do people say 未知数 when it is not a number?
We have the same usage in Chinese.
Dec
21
comment Why do people say 小学校の時 or 中学校の時?
Here in Beijing, we say "我上[小/中/大]学的时候.."
Dec
18
comment Is there a form for “I have never heard of”?
@StuartWoodward It may be grammatical, but sounds weird to me. It should mean "Miyasaki Keijin has not heard of (something)", but not "(I) haven't heard of Miyasaki Kenji.".
Dec
18
answered Is 胡 missplaced in the Kodansha Kanji Learner's Dictionary?
Dec
18
awarded  Scholar
Dec
18
accepted What is the って in 連れてってくれる?
Dec
16
awarded  Student
Dec
16
asked What is the って in 連れてってくれる?
Dec
16
answered Meaning of この延長線上にこそ、
Dec
16
answered How does one know how to read 堪える? Is it 「こたえる」、「こらえる」 or 「たえる」?
Dec
15
comment Chinese words in Japanese
@KenLi repecmps (oh I can't have two @'s) Interesting discussion. As a native Chinese speaker living near/in Beijing from the time I was born, this is first time I heard 计算机 can be used for calculator. Calculator is called 计算器. 计算机 and 电脑 are almost equivalent.
Dec
15
answered Difference Between べんきょう する And べんきょうを する
Dec
15
comment Making sense out of Japanese proverbs
@Mudassir I haven't come across one yet ...