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Jan
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accepted How are “comfort women” referred to nowadays?
Jan
7
accepted Nuance of “クソ” within “クソコラグランプリ”
Jan
3
accepted Is ダウンアンダー understood by non-Australian Japanese speakers?
Jan
3
comment How are “comfort women” referred to nowadays?
I can confirm that NHK World still uses "those referred to as "comfort women"" in the tv news program "Newsline".
Jan
3
asked How are “comfort women” referred to nowadays?
Jan
3
asked Is ダウンアンダー understood by non-Australian Japanese speakers?
Jan
2
comment Is my Hiragana good?
I once asked on meta whether there were any sites like lang-8 but for handwriting (answer: lang-8 is your best bet).
Dec
31
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
29
comment What does 「漢語」 mean in this sentence?
This might also be a good answer to japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/13816/…
Dec
29
comment Translating 年相応 into English
@KentaroTomono I've added more context to it.
Dec
29
revised Translating 年相応 into English
Add context
Dec
28
comment Translating 年相応 into English
@Jimmy people who aren't yet adults deciding not to pretend to be adults, or something else?
Dec
28
asked Translating 年相応 into English
Dec
20
comment What is the literal context of 御手 in this instance?
This answers something I was wondering about: which meaning of "bust" was referred to.
Dec
19
comment Is it common for non-European words to share similar pronunciations between Japanese and other languages in East Asia?
@broccoliforest I assume that non-European, non-Chinese-character-using words would be unlikely to be shared between languages. Is that wrong?
Dec
19
asked Is there a term that covers both wasei eigo and gairaigo?
Dec
19
asked Is it common for non-European words to share similar pronunciations between Japanese and other languages in East Asia?
Dec
18
answered Are Japanese speakers likely to confuse “message” and “massage” in English?
Dec
18
comment Are Japanese speakers likely to confuse “message” and “massage” in English?
@broccoliforest yes.
Dec
18
comment Are Japanese speakers likely to confuse “message” and “massage” in English?
@職場恋愛小説執筆中 writing, in all cases.