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Jan
20
comment What does the term “prenominally” mean?
So you can't say "Xは手の込んだです"?
Jan
20
revised What does the term “prenominally” mean?
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Jan
20
comment What does the term “prenominally” mean?
@krnk the one at jisho.org
Jan
20
asked What does the term “prenominally” mean?
Jan
20
comment Different kanji forms for “みる”
Sorry for asking a possibly duplicate question. I did try searching beforehand. >_<
Jan
20
accepted Different kanji forms for “みる”
Jan
20
accepted Japanese for “Chinese Opera”
Jan
19
revised Japanese for “Chinese Opera”
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Jan
19
asked Different kanji forms for “みる”
Jan
19
revised Japanese for “Chinese Opera”
added 1 character in body
Jan
19
asked Japanese for “Chinese Opera”
Jan
13
accepted Why are long vowels represented differently in hiragana and katakana?
Jan
13
accepted Do Japanese people use quotation marks for emphasis?
Jan
13
asked Do Japanese people use quotation marks for emphasis?
Jan
13
asked Why are long vowels represented differently in hiragana and katakana?
Jan
11
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
9
accepted Is ありす a traditional girl's name?
Dec
23
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
5
asked Japanese for “The Narrow Road to the Deep North” (the Richard Flanagan novel)
Dec
5
comment Why are the verb classes called ichidan and godan?
As background for native Japanese speakers reading this, most non-Japanese hear the term "dan" in English, if at all, in the context of various martial arts such as akido. You'd start off as first dan, then progress to second dan, etc. until you reach fifth dan.