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Mar
11
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
11
comment Can the English suffix “-zilla” be translated back into Japanese?
Just came across a Japanese restaurant in Sydney calling itself "Sushizilla" with a katakana name of スシジラ. sushizilla.com.au/main.html
Mar
11
accepted Japanese for Australian-style community colleges
Feb
29
comment Japanese for Australian-style community colleges
@TheWanderingCoder should I change it to "Japanese for NSW-style community colleges", and add a tag of ニューサウスウェールズ弁? :O
Feb
27
comment Why does “子” often come at the end of a woman's name, but comes at the start of the term for a baby animal?
@CollapsedPLUG I keep on making the mistaken assumption that languages have to be logical. Sorry about that.
Feb
27
comment Japanese for Australian-style community colleges
As background, community colleges are like those in the second paragraph, not like those in the first paragraph.
Feb
27
revised Why does “子” often come at the end of a woman's name, but comes at the start of the term for a baby animal?
added 5 characters in body
Feb
27
comment Why does “子” often come at the end of a woman's name, but comes at the start of the term for a baby animal?
Maybe チョ子 will be able to answer this question.
Feb
27
asked Why does “子” often come at the end of a woman's name, but comes at the start of the term for a baby animal?
Feb
27
asked Japanese for Australian-style community colleges
Feb
24
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
21
awarded  Good Question
Feb
21
comment Japanese for baby kangaroo
Sorry, I should have asked about "子カンガルー", not "カンガルー子".
Feb
21
revised Japanese for baby kangaroo
Fix mistake, noted by broccoli forest
Feb
21
comment Japanese for baby kangaroo
@broccoliforest ouch. I remembered that just as I was about to open up this page. I was confused by some people's name ending with "子".
Feb
21
asked Japanese for baby kangaroo
Feb
21
accepted Japanese for submarine sandwich
Feb
14
asked Japanese for submarine sandwich
Feb
4
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
3
comment Do non-native speakers of English find gairaigo more difficult to learn than native speakers of English?
Existing question about "Mansion": japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/11654/…