Supposing that you want to express a list of events or actions exhaustively and without significance in ordering (for example:
Yesterday, I ate some ice cream, went to the store, and read a book, but those things weren't necessarily done in sequence), what are the possible grammar constructions that can be used? These are some possibilities I've seen:
- て → This seems too temporal to me; that is, it seems like all events are sequential. Can the て-form be used without time relations or restrictions?
- たり → This seems like it would work, but I don't know how exhaustive it is, since it seems to imply somethings might have been left out.
- Stem (連用中止法) → Not sure about this one. What is the proper way to use this? I believe this is similar to the て-Form.
- そ(う)して → I think this simple conjuction works, but it seems slightly tiresome if one is listing many actions.
I hope this question isn't being too open. I'm just looking for some opinions and explanations for the different grammatical constructs that could be used in these types of expressions.