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I think this site helps you a lot. ( on the condition that you can fully read the hiragana and kanji ) http://www.hello-school.net/harojapa006.htm Considering your TOEFL is requiring the vocabulary equivalent with that of 8th grade to 9th grade, that above site is for junior high school students. So in terms of lesson level, I think both are equal. So ...


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やはり彼は侮れない相手だ But then here is where my question comes in. How is the た form used in these sorts of usages? Because surely a "past sense" interpretation doesn't make sense to me. Does the utterance(in meaning) mean that: 1) She is someone who is 侮れない 2) The た form in this case is used to represent that she was already 侮れない ...



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