Category talk:Japanese phrasebook

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Criteria for inclusion of this category[edit]

I'm wondering about the inclusion policy of this phasebook. Classical idioms rarely used in daily life should be also included? I think it is better that phrasebooks contain only practical stock phrases such as greetings and attentions/cautions. electric_goat 05:48, 31 October 2009 (UTC)


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b:Japanese Phrasebook and more[edit]

If possible, please do a Transwiki from b:Japanese Phrasebook, b:Japanese Phrasebook/Common phrases, b:Japanese Phrasebook/At the hotel, b:Japanese Phrasebook/At the bank, b:Japanese Phrasebook/Ticketing, b:Japanese Phrasebook/Asking for directions and time, b:Japanese Phrasebook/Greetings and farewell to Wiktionary. I may then move these pages to the Appendix: namespace and clean up them. --Daniel. 04:17, 7 March 2010 (UTC)

Done. See the identically titled pages in our Transwiki: namespace (and they're linked to from special:log/import). (I transwikied all but b:Japanese Phrasebook itself, as the latter had no content.)​—msh210 17:10, 11 March 2010 (UTC)
Thank you. --Daniel. 06:35, 12 March 2010 (UTC)