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「宿題をやらなかった。」means not only "I didn't do my homework",but also "I didn't have the intention to do my homework".And it also means "I'm saying just the fact that I didn't do my homework yesterday".So that words are used when you wanna say "I didn't do my homework,but I"ll do it today". 「しゅくだいをやりませんでした。」is polite version of 「宿題をやらなかった。」. 「しゅくだいをやっていない。」means "...


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/group 1-1 / (-aる,-uる,-oる→て) 止まる(tomaru)+しまう=止まってしまう 売る(uru)+しまう=売ってしまう 取る(toru)+しまう=取ってしまう /group 1-2/ (-iる,-eる→て or って) 着る(kiru)+しまう=着てしまう 経る(heru)+しまう=経てしまう 止める(tomeru)+しまう=止めてしまう 切る(kiru)+しまう=切ってしまう 減る(heru)+しまう=減ってしまう /group 2/ -す→して 殺す(korosu)+しまう=殺してしまう 刺す(sasu)+しまう=刺してしまう /group 3/ -く,-ぐ→いて 書く(kaku)+しまう=書いてしまう 研ぐ(togu)+しまう=...


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The verb is 捨てる, so its て-form is 捨てて, hence the compound form Vて+しまう becomes 捨ててしまう. If it were the casual ちゃう instead of しまう that you were using, that starts from the て-form too, but also contracts the て, so it would instead be 捨てちゃう, with just the one て. Perhaps that is where the confusion arose? Hope that helps!


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It's an example of te-form for reason, but the subsequent part ("I'm doing this" or "I stole this power") is omitted because it can be inferred from the context. In short, this te-form means "because". 試す: to try it 試してみる: to try it and see what happens (みる is a subsidiary verb explained here) 試してみたい: to want to try it and see what happens 試してみたくて: cuz I ...


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