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I would like to visit japan once that country its in ruins due depopulation
lets wait 50 years
Why is Te form for Miru みて and for wakaru わかって、why no chichai tsu in wakaru?
Sorry, I am new. I don't expect any ortographical consistency, if spelling rules are arbitrary, customary, etc., that's fine by me (it's like that in all languages, rules have exceptions, etc.) but I'm just wondering if this is the case. Same with でる and でて. Etc.
tldr: Why some te form words have って and others just て?
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how to write :
Who won after all?
Is your country's flag going to be that?
you throw dry soy beans at goblins to chase bad lucks away
The masu form of みる and わかる are "mi+masu" and "wakari+masu".
They seem to belong to a same verb group, since masu is followed immediately after the i.
But わかる is group 1 and みる is group 2.
You can probably find the way to distinguish them from their dictionary forms in your text book somewhere.
The rules to make te-form are different.
If you get over 50% Abe will personally grant you citizenship
節分 is a previous day of 立春.
It is spring after 立春.
It is winter before 立春.
Therefore we throw beans.
This is a perfect explanation!