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1 - 冷蔵庫が壊れたので、新しいのを買うことにした。 2 - 私は部屋を綺麗にした。

Can Someone explain the difference between ~ことにする vs ~にする・~くする

1 is I decided to buy a new fridge 2 is I cleaned my room

They look the same to me, what's the difference?

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ことにする means to decide.

~にする can mean to decide/to make (sth) ~

A rule of thumb: When the preceding word is a stem of na-adjective (such as 綺麗), it means the latter; Otherwise, it means to decide.

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