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This 〜たところで... can be used in a positive way, but is usually used to express the opinion that even if a condition is fulfilled, it's pointless/meaningless. "Even if (I) came to regret it, it'd be pointless [too late], what (I)'ve done can't be undone." I think this is a different usage of 〜てみた: "二 -> ① -> ㋑" at Daijirin which connects to a ...


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I feel like that there is actually a subtle difference but I also think that I might not ever have thought about it had I not seen this question. In that sense, I appreciate the question. Are we native speakers required to be aware of the difference? No, I do not think so unless one wants to write professionally. I think that "[N1]を[N2]とした[N3]" sounds ...


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First question about で: かみに means "on the paper" ("write on the paper") while かみで would mean "with the paper" in a sense "using a tool" as in "write with a pen". So your second sentence requires で: このボールペンで電話番号を書いてください Second question about から: when you go out of a location, you use を particle in this situation, not から. Note that から is used as well in ...



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