What does 事に at the end of a sentence mean? Is it 事になる? or ことにする? or is there just 事に that has an entirely different meaning?enter image description here

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    It's not at the end of a sentence...
    – aguijonazo
    May 2 at 5:43

事に is not placed at the end of the sentence. The full sentence is


XXXに首を突っ込む is a set phrase. It means "to meddle into something." It is almost equivalent to English's "poke your nose into something that is none of your business."

You can understand the sentence as

It's bad to excessively poke your nose into dangerous things.

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