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For body: 身体 or 体

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1 answer
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What dialect is !〜べ?

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Do people use the ending ~まい?

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How to say "moment of weakness"?

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Is the honorific postfix -氏{し} usually used towards men?

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What nuances are carried when addressing someone as きみ?

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Difference between と and とは

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Saying "you're welcome" at the workplace

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Using appropriate old characters with people's names

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How should I respond to a client after receiving materials?

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Is there a kanji for しか?

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What is the etymology of イギリス?

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Usage of 腱 vs 筋

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Expressing ethnicity that is different from nationality

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How to say "running total"?

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inter- and intra- prefix

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Saying "It's the principle of the matter"

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Rust: 錆 vs 銹 vs 鏽 vs 鏥

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What's that accordion style book you can get at shrines called?

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What does やっちまえ mean?

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Difference between いたします and させていただきます

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How to say "items remaining from last meeting"?

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What's the difference between 復帰, 復元 and 復旧

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What is the correct kanji for the verb to sweat 汗をかく

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[苛々 ]{いらいら} versus [刺々 ]{いらいら}

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What is the counter for coins?

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How to say "self-identify"?

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Farewell message - 悔しさをバネに

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Phrases to describe looking something up somewhere other than a dictionary

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Polite way to ask about something that I previously requested