I wanted to say something like:

He was trying to deceive me, but to see how far he would go with that, I played along.

My attempt:


I have two main questions about it.

1 - How do I express "To go far with words/actions"?

2 - How do I express "To play along with a situation"?

  • I think you should post them as separate questions. The heading for this question is already pretty clear. – sazarando Mar 14 '19 at 0:31

Depending on the context, you could also use the word 乗る something like...



(彼のごまかしに) 乗ったふりをして

Weblio also lists some translated example sentences with the phrase「調子を合わせる」


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