I was taught that when て form is used to link sentences and ideas, it shows succession in action.
For example, 起きて、歯を洗いました means I woke up, and AFTER that, I brushed my teeth.
But lately, I've been ...
In Someday / いつか, Tatsurō Yamashita sings:
I don't understand the meaning of the last two lines.
顔を曇らせ looks like an imperative. But I doubt the ...
I'm doing some research as to what continuative forms are, due to naruto's previous answer to a earlier question of mine.
To make sure I understand correctly; roughly; the "continuative form" is what ...