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Can you say "日本語する"? I suppose you can use it idiomatically or somewhat playfully (perhaps akin to something like "I'm Japanese-ing it up"), but it's not a real verb that is used. If the answer is no, how can "日本語できる" be grammatically correct? Without realizing it, you are actually saying "日本語が分かることができます。". 日本語できる is really just dropping the が ...


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I think you could say like: (もし)それで(お)金持ちになれるのなら / なれるなら / なれたら / なれれば、問題(は)ないだろう。(or 構わないだろう / いいだろう etc. depending on the context.) それで = それ (that) + particle で (with; because of)


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この事で自分自身がお金持ちになっても、こんなに問題と言うわけではあるまい。


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I think the use about the word なる you said is right. But I am not so sure about the translation you did. Firstly, no problem does not mean 大変じゃない, that sounds a little weird to me because in my opinion, 大変じゃない means it is not exhausting, I can still take it. For no problem, I would say 大丈夫だ, that means it is not a problem, it's ok. And for "if that would ...


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「答{こた}えられる」 has three different usages and meanings. Honorific: Used when describing someone higher up answering. 「その質問{しつもん}にはスミス様{さま}が答えられました。」 = "Mr. Smith (kindly) answered the question." Potential: Used to express "can answer" or "to be able to answer". 「その質問は難{むずか}しすぎて答えられません。」 = "That question is too difficult (for me) to ...



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