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I know that you can end a verb with 〜ます at the end of a sentence. I also know that you can end a verb with 〜ます before the conjunction が.

So, what about ので? Can you end a verb with with 〜ます before the conjunction ので?

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yes you can. ので is an explanatory particle, similar to から. ので after a ます form would be used to explain what will follow from it. A quick google search for ますので yields several results, including a Japanese Stack Exchange Q&A:

Can you use the polite form ます with ので?

https://mayonez.jp/topic/1020660

  • Hey, thanks! I should have realized that question had already been asked! Oops! – Micheal Gignac Jul 31 '18 at 11:38

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