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comment に vs で with state of being (but no verb)
Thanks Chocolate, that's helpful. (By the way, like @Flaw, I initially read your asterisks as they are used in linguistics, i.e. marking "unnatural language": linguistics.stackexchange.com/questions/338/…. The bullet points are clearer.)
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accepted に vs で with state of being (but no verb)
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comment に vs で with state of being (but no verb)
@yadokari I already did a search, but as I said the answers are normally of the type "use に with certain verbs and で with the rest".
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comment に vs で with state of being (but no verb)
Thanks for the answer. Can you think of any examples where it makes more difference so I can appreciate the nuance?
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asked に vs で with state of being (but no verb)
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