接続詞・接続助詞. Parts of speech that connect two clauses together. This tag covers both conjunctive particles and actual conjunctions.

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Conjunction after verb in dictionary form

How exactly do you say "but" when it's an information situation and the fist sentence is in plain form? In formal speech it would be something like this: 漢字が読めますが、漢字が書けません。 In informal speech, ...
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が and けど at end of a sentence

I know that when in a sentence-final position が and けど can be used as softeners or to convey hedging, but in some situations understanding them as such doesn't feel right. Although my brain ...
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Can somebody explain the difference between ために and ように [duplicate]

I am not sure of the difference between ために and ように. Can someone explain with a few examples. I know one is used for "in order" and one is used "hope to".