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自～／他～ペア：逆の形 — Transitive/Intransitive pairs: opposite forms
I've noticed (through much frustration) that many 自～／他～ pairs have "opposite" forms; particularly with the ~u and ~eru types. For example, 焼く・焼ける are opposite from 開く・開ける. 焼く （他） － パンを焼く ("Bake ...
Jun 18 '11 at 15:45
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