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Jul
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revised When is マイ・ワイフ used?
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Jul
17
comment When is マイ・ワイフ used?
which video were you linking to?
Jul
17
revised Sentence structure/element order
Replace ! with factorial, because only 99% of our users are programmers and would remember what "!" means
Jul
17
accepted Is いらっしゃいませ only used by staff?
Jul
17
revised Katakana words with Kanji. How did that happen?
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Jul
17
revised Katakana words with Kanji. How did that happen?
Add quotations to make more readable
Jul
17
accepted When is マイ・ワイフ used?
Jul
16
revised When is マイ・ワイフ used?
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Jul
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asked When is マイ・ワイフ used?
Jul
16
comment Why is the Japanese government considering adding kanji such as “cancer” to the jinmeiyō kanji?
@Gradius Your spelling of "de-facto" as "de-fact" gave me the impression you didn't know the word. To answer your question, the proposed (and since rejected) change be a official change to the jinmeiyō list, but a de facto change to the Jōyō list.
Jul
16
comment Why are the katakana important to learn?
"@sawa I addressed the following things from his question: what people mean by "learn your hiragana and katakana first", and whether people can "get by" without katakana and gairaigo.
Jul
15
comment Why are the katakana important to learn?
@sawa in order to answer your question, can you please explain why you care whether or not it answers this question? Didn't you downvote the question?
Jul
15
comment What is the difference between キャリアウーマン, OL, and ビジネスウーマン
Is there a difference between a 会社員 and a サラリーマン? If so, what difference is there?
Jul
15
accepted Why is the Japanese government considering adding kanji such as “cancer” to the jinmeiyō kanji?
Jul
15
comment Why is the Japanese government considering adding kanji such as “cancer” to the jinmeiyō kanji?
@DaveMG What advantages would the Japanese government have in modifying the jinmeiyō kanji by adding kanji not intended for personal names, rather than modifying the actual Jōyō Kanji list?
Jul
15
comment Why is the Japanese government considering adding kanji such as “cancer” to the jinmeiyō kanji?
@TsuyoshiIto "I am not sure what the point of this question is." I was anticipating some answer like Zhen Lin's but with a bit more detail.
Jul
14
comment Why is the Japanese government considering adding kanji such as “cancer” to the jinmeiyō kanji?
@Gradius "de facto" is a Latin term more or less meaning "in reality", as opposed to "de jure", meaning "in the eyes of the law". en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_facto
Jul
14
comment Why are the katakana important to learn?
@DaveMG don't you see it alot on the internet? people writing without capitalizing the first word of the sentence. i really don't like it.
Jul
14
asked Why is the Japanese government considering adding kanji such as “cancer” to the jinmeiyō kanji?
Jul
14
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