I feel really frustrated that I can't get a simple sentence like this correctly. I want to say, "are you going back to sleep?" My first thought was that I needed 戻る in the sentence, so I thought make I can just combine to verbs and it would magically mean what I expect it to mean such as ねって戻りますか? I clearly have an misunderstanding of how 戻る can be applied. Could someone explain the thought process for arrive at the correct sentence?


You can use (conjunctive form)に 戻る, that is, ねに 戻る.


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