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Is 「３人いるだと」 grammatical?
３人いるだと！？ Can you say ３人いるだ as a statement? If だと is simply だ + と, I would expect ３人いるんだと. Is だと considered a particle in its own right, with different rules than だ? Transcription of the ...
May 30 '12 at 20:19
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