I am trying to check my understanding about ことになる, so I came up with a sentence:
The meaning I intended is "I came to enjoy studying japanese".
Does the sentence mean this ? And is it grammatically correct ?
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It is grammatically correct, but it means "Studying Japanese became my favourite thing (to do)".
If you want to say "I came to enjoy studying Japanese", you can leave out the 〜なこと and say