My question is from this sentence. It is from the "Easy Japanese" YouTube videos:
Why "nurasaji"? I would understand "mada nurasanai" - not yet wet - but why "ji"?
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じ is an archaic auxiliary, similar to まい describing negative volition.
So it's まだ濡らすまい or まだ濡らさないようにしよう in modern Japanese.