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Eiríkr Útlendi
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I suspect you're getting tripped up by the verb. 続いとる is a contraction of 続いておる. I've been told that ~て・おる is a somewhat Kansai-ish version of the ~て・いる construction found in eastern Japanese I've been told that ~て・おる is a somewhat Kansai-ish version of the ~て・いる construction found in eastern Japanese. ← Striking based on feedback from Chocolate.

I suspect you're getting tripped up by the verb. 続いとる is a contraction of 続いておる. I've been told that ~て・おる is a somewhat Kansai-ish version of the ~て・いる construction found in eastern Japanese.

I suspect you're getting tripped up by the verb. 続いとる is a contraction of 続いておる. I've been told that ~て・おる is a somewhat Kansai-ish version of the ~て・いる construction found in eastern Japanese. ← Striking based on feedback from Chocolate.

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Eiríkr Útlendi
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I suspect you're getting tripped up by the verb. 続いとる is a contraction of 続いておる. I've been told that ~て・おる is a somewhat Kansai-ish version of the ~て・いる construction found in eastern Japanese.