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Dec
9
revised How does one transcribe the romaji “ō”?
my question is entirely about transcribing romaji, and I clarified my question. also spelling.
Dec
9
revised Splitting Kanji and okurigana at the end of the line
Re-worded a sentance for clarity, and capitalized "Japanese"
Dec
9
suggested approved edit on Splitting Kanji and okurigana at the end of the line
Dec
9
awarded  Analytical
Dec
9
asked what exactly does the suffix とはいえ mean?
Dec
8
comment How to understand the contractionしていて、/-てて
Can I ask where you found that sentence? I wonder if a small つ was omitted. "されてって" I'm not sure if that makes any more sense or not...
Dec
8
comment Use of the question mark and か
I have often wondered this myself! Thank you!
Dec
8
asked How does one transcribe the romaji “ō”?
Dec
8
asked What is the difference between 楊 and 柳 which both mean “Willow”
Dec
8
comment Is there a form for “I have never heard of”?
@Dave Yeah that works too. I don't think it sounds repetitive, the usages are so different.
Dec
8
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Dec
8
awarded  Editor
Dec
8
revised Is there a form for “I have never heard of”?
Clarification of question
Dec
8
answered Is there a form for “I have never heard of”?
Dec
8
suggested approved edit on Is there a form for “I have never heard of”?
Dec
7
answered How do I say “I am the best” ? の,は or が and 私 or 俺?
Dec
7
comment Are there no rounded or circular strokes in any 漢字?
Technically no, however I have seen people cheat and draw little circles where there should be a 口 (for example 語). And if you think "Maybe they just didn't know about stroke order", I'm talking about my Chinese teacher...who is Chinese. Not an answer but an interesting anecdote.
Dec
7
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Dec
7
accepted the reading for “魂”
Dec
7
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