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tl;dr [politeness] makes for better UX I think creating a brand new tag is probably unnecessary, as we already have a few that are more or less viable, and it might confuse people who used them in the past. I suggest to examine what we have: etiquette: the customary code of polite behaviour in society or among members of a particular profession or group. ...


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Thanks! Have a dragon:


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I went ahead and did it: there's now only the spoken tag. I don't think this is remotely controversial. Off the top of my head, I created the excerpt For questions about spoken Chinese (aka "oral Chinese" or "verbal Chinese"); consider also the [pronunciation] tag. But please edit this if you can improve it or think of a better one.


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There are only 9 questions, so let's just look at them all: The "original" proverb of "Craftsman, know your tools" Not an etymology question. Actually, doesn't even suit an origin tag, since it's not asking about origins. Thank You : 谢谢 vs 感谢 vs 跪谢 vs 多谢 It seems to suit the difference tag. The tags culture and origin seem to be ...


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