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Use わけで at the end of a sentence [duplicate]

「しかし、そうはいっても少し寂しくはありますな。やはり男たる者、空飛ぶ機動戦艦で任務をこなすという矜恃に勝るものはないわけで!<フラクシナス>には一刻も早く戦線復帰してもらいたいものでござりますな!」 I have simple question. I know the わけで is used to explain some reason. But why not use わけだ? ...
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Ending a Sentence with the て form (does not seem like a request) rather it feels like an exclamation 君を超えて! [duplicate]

In My Hero Academia, Deku declares to his opponent 君を超えて!I tried searching the other threads here, but most of the questions that asked about the te form of a verb at the end of a sentence seemed to ...
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Finishing a sentence with て [duplicate]

来年、フルマラソンに挑戦しようと思って Next year, I'm thinking of trying to run in a (full) marathon. Hopefully an easy one for you all. I'm curious why this sentence ends in 'て' and not 'ている/ています'. My (uneducated) ...
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て form can be used to indicate the past? [duplicate]

i've seen a few sentences like this one:新しいコロナウイルスが広がって,which instead of た , て was used, is it an even more casual way to make the past tense?
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What does the final て in 待ってて signify?

In this scene a young girl, Yotsuba, drops in on her neighbors for some breakfast. The mother who's cooking breakfast says: 「今お父さんの焼いてるからその次ねー。ちょっと待っててー。」 So I guess she's preparing her husbands ...
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What exactly is this でね construction?

The following dialogue is from the video game Final Fantasy VI: 宿屋{やどや}の[親父]{おやじ}は、[余所者]{よそもの}が[嫌]{きら}いでね。 I think I understand this sentence. It means something like "the old man at the inn ...
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Why is there て form at the end of the sentence?

明日みんなで桜を見に行くんですが、先生もいっしょにいらっしゃらないかなと思いまして。 Why is it there? And does it make any difference in meaning compared to dictionary form for example?
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Meaning of てさ after て form

I could not find anything about it. What does it mean? 崇君は漫画ばっかり読んでてさ。
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The meaning of a て-form verb at the end of this sentence

There are many explanations of t-form at the end of the sentence on internet like: 1) Connecting to other clauses, or if there is no continuation, expressing that you want to continue.て form at end ...
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でございまして in this sentence?

それが困ったことに、次はスープでございまして。 Now that I think of it, I had jotted down another sentence that looks like the same : 海外では魔女はとても人気のあるカテゴリーでしてね Why are ございます and です conjugated that way ?
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Sentence ending でな

レモン・キャンディーじゃよ。マグルの食べる甘いものじゃが、わしゃ、これが好きでな。 A lemon sweet. It's a sweet thing that muggles eat. I like this ??? I understand the concept of role language for portraying different kinds of character. ...
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What does the progressive tense 「〜ていて」 of the 「〜ている」 form mean?

The sentence at hand: 雪がたくさん降っていて、… My interpretation would be that 「降っていて」 is the て-form of 「降っている」, which is the ている-form of 「降る」. Intuitively I would understand this as something like "It ...
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Why use 受身形 in "便利になったとはいえ、問題も残されて"?

I came across this sentence in my textbook: 便利になったとはいえ、問題も残されている。 I notice that the sentence use passive voice of "残す". Is there any reason why it doesn't use active form as follows? 便利になったとはいえ、...
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Explanation of 「雪も降ってきて」

What does it mean to have も plus the て form and きて?A translation gives me “Now that it’s snowing...” so does するもしてきて mean “Now that it’s X...”? Or is there another meaning to it?
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te-form being used two times with the same verb

I saw the following sentences in a picture (attached to the footnotes) and the way it's written exactly the same: ありがとうございます が溢れて溢れて 悲しくて悲しくて 人にお花を買いたいと思う気持ち。 Since it's from a social media, I ...

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