Talk:あなた

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A few points:

  1. I don't understand why there are two entries for Japanese on this article.
  2. I much prefer "Hiragana" to "Furigana" in Japanese titles when the word also has a kanji form. If there is no kanji form then simply "Japanese" is correct. There are other reasons besides furigana that a Japanese word may be written in hiragana.
  3. Rather than "reading" headings and such, just put the latin script (romaji) version in parenthesis after the headword as we do for all other languages.

Thanks for the contributions! — Hippietrail 00:38, 18 May 2004 (UTC)