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Jan
22
reviewed Approve How euphemistic is 傢伙?
Jan
21
comment How euphemistic is 傢伙?
You might want to move your first paragraph above the quote to make the preview more informative, even for Chinese speakers.
Jan
21
revised When is the spelling and the pronunciation different?
more pinyin tools
Jan
21
comment When is the spelling and the pronunciation different?
Personally, @Lars, I found pinyin much easier to use than zhuyin fuhao (bopo mofo). The minor changes in pronunciation took less effort for me to learn than a completely unknown set of symbols. For a learner who didn't already know the Roman alphabet, I could see zhuyin fuhao being easier.
Jan
21
answered When is the spelling and the pronunciation different?
Jan
21
comment When is the spelling and the pronunciation different?
I would replace your second English pronunciation "she" with "sure". It's not exact, but it's closer.
Jan
20
reviewed Approve Character and meaning for the 四川话 sentence-ending particle 'ga'?
Jan
20
answered Why is it written LIU in Pinyin, when there's clearly an O sound?
Jan
20
awarded  Organizer
Jan
20
revised What is the most common way to say 'indecisive' in Mandarin?
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Jan
19
revised What's the meaning of 缘分 in English?
answer bonus question
Jan
19
answered What's the meaning of 缘分 in English?
Jan
16
revised Using 的 at the end of a sentence
Make title more descriptive
Jan
15
comment Using 的 at the end of a sentence
Wow, a dialogue! Thanks for the great answer.
Jan
15
asked Using 的 at the end of a sentence
Jan
11
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
10
accepted Are there word games in Chinese?
Jan
10
accepted Character and word frequencies
Jan
10
answered Searching for characters by parts
Jan
10
comment 血: xuè , xiě, what's the difference?
For your question about the quality standards, I suggest you post a question on the meta site with the text of the versions that got rejected. My guess is that it was too short. Adding some context for the question will usually solve that.