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What is the grammatical form of 待たされていました?
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The other answer has it all, but here's a step-by-step inference produced by GeekJDict: geekjdict>> g 待たされていました 待たされていました is the past form of 待たされています 待たされています is the polite form of 待たされている ...

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その通りで versus (X)その道理で: Does the latter ever make sense?
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Copied from comment: 道理 and 通り mean different things. As the link in you question suggests, 道理 means that things are such and such because of logical necessity or due to common sense - they are ...

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What is the difference between あまり and そんなに? Are they always interchangable?
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Update: as Chocolate-san pointed in the comment, this answer is wrong. I didn't realize which part そんなに would apply to (probably thought of そんな). Not sure if I have to remove it, please feel free to ...

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Doesn't 助けて follow the usual pitch accent rule?
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Since no one takes this, from what I could find: Against Marking Accent Locations in Japanese Textbooks: The fact that native listeners do hear an accent on a devoiced syllable indicates that ...

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