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Dec
30
revised gemination wiki excerpt
added 229 characters in body
Dec
29
suggested approved edit on gemination tag wiki excerpt
Dec
29
wiki created gemination excerpt
Dec
29
answered Are 勅 and 詔 simply synonyms?
Dec
29
comment Why is water polite but ice not?
That makes a lot of sense...food, water, we'd be in trouble without them...ice is more of a luxury.
Dec
29
revised does anyone know of any o-words or go-words which are absolutely neutral?
prefaced the list, made it a little less blunt
Dec
29
suggested approved edit on does anyone know of any o-words or go-words which are absolutely neutral?
Dec
29
comment Reading of years
So, what if there was a legal document talking about the future (for example: X needs to happen by ## year or Y will take effect)...could you just say X number of years after this date, or Heisei ##? I'm just curious...
Dec
29
comment Are 勅 and 詔 simply synonyms?
@fefe Oh, I see...I had just skimmed the first paragraph /blush...
Dec
29
comment Are 勅 and 詔 simply synonyms?
@fefe Are you saying that these two kanji are only used in conjunction?
Dec
27
asked Are 勅 and 詔 simply synonyms?
Dec
22
revised How does this meaning of 笑えないかな work?
made the link eaiser to read/more natural
Dec
22
suggested approved edit on How does this meaning of 笑えないかな work?
Dec
22
comment Why is “ゼロ” more popular than “れい”?
Also, it sounds cooler ;D
Dec
22
accepted What are the rules for reading numbers before a foreign counter-word?
Dec
22
comment How does one know how to read 堪える? Is it 「こたえる」、「こらえる」 or 「たえる」?
I wish I could check two answers, or combine them, I +1'd this one :)
Dec
22
accepted 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
21
revised In actual Japanese society, how often are second-person pronouns used?
clarification
Dec
21
comment In actual Japanese society, how often are second-person pronouns used?
@Karl Yeah, if that is what it's called. It's sort of a cute version...you hear it used when mothers are talking to their children, and that sort of thing.
Dec
21
answered In actual Japanese society, how often are second-person pronouns used?