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X (doer)-は/が + Y (place)-で\に + Z (causer)-に + W (direct object)-を + Causative-Passive Verb (transitive verb) I am not 100% sure but if you mean something like: 山田さんはその教室で佐藤先生に宿題をさせられた。 (Yamada-san was made to do her homework by Sato-sensei in that classroom.) 太郎君はカラオケボックスで次郎君に演歌を歌わされた。 (Taro-kun was made to sing Enka by Jiro-kun at a ...


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I'm not sure if I fully understand the question, if you provide an example in English I could translate it. Generally there are two main constructions, passive and non-passive. Normal is 田中さんは石を落とした (Tanaka dropped a rock), passive is 田中さんに石が落とされた。(the rock was dropped by Tanaka) This should not be confused with transitive or intransitive verbs, which ...


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子供を本を読ませる is ungrammatical, and you have to say 子供に本を読ませる. Here are the basic rules for causation: For verbs which take を, the agent (or "causee") is marked with に. Such verbs are usually transitive verbs, but some intransitive verbs take を, too. For verbs which don't take を (i.e., most intransitive verbs), the agent is marked with を. In your question, ...



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