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Is it gramatically correct to treat causative, passive, and causative-passive forms of verbs as ichidan る ending verbs when negating them or creating their past tense?

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    Actually you are already treating causative forms as ichidan verbs when turning them into causative-passive forms by adding られる to their stems, which always end with the vowel /e/. The causative-passive form is nothing but the passive form of a causative form.
    – aguijonazo
    Oct 18 at 21:52

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