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なく vs. なくて and stem form vs. てform as conjunctions
I have been wondering about this, since every time I hand in a 作文 in a Japanese class, I'm corrected on conjunctions. It seems to me that whenever I use a てform as a conjunction, a response comes back ...
Aug 29 '11 at 14:46
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