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Etymology of transitive/intransitive verb pairs
Many verbs come in pairs, frequently but not always transitive/intransitive pairs. These verbs generally have multiple okurigana characters, but according to my dictionary one of the pair was formerly ...
Aug 11 '13 at 2:35
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