I just received an answer from a Japanese friend about a video I sent her. The video shows my dog doing stuff. She answered with, among other things, these two sentences:


I understand the meaning of そしてused at the beginning of a sentence, similar to それから but without the chronological order implication. I don't understand why she used に after it, though. Any ideas?

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    That's most likely a typo. Maybe she typed それに白い first and then made it そして but forgot to delete the に. – NigoroJr Nov 2 '14 at 16:55

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