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  しない     して        する  です  
As for children that aren't attending school, that is something that is discussed with the parents.
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ラーメン   して      しい   
Concerning ramen, Nakamoto is quite well-informed.
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      して    さん   よく  した          
I think you should speak to Dad as well about your career.
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あの    して      できない  
I can't believe the rumors regarding that kid.

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していくらです
About the budget, how much is it?
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from the discussions below: にして has a similar meaning as ついて but is a tad more rigid/formal.
4 months ago
avatar まことまじま - Level 197

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Grammar mod. Level: 1, : 482
する is also a variation of this grammar point. I looked and didn't find について on the site. In both of my books it shows up as a level 2 grammar point. I think it would be good to add it to compare it to this one. The meanings seem to be the same but they are used in different circumstances.
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12 years ago
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Level: 57, : 5,304
I swear I remember putting について in, but I guess I didn't. Will do so in a few minutes!
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12 years ago
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Years Studied: 3
Studying: JLPT N3 & JLPT 2
Level: 1, : 93
Noun 1 + にする + Noun 2
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11 years ago
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Level: 57, : 5,304
Thanks!
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11 years ago
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Years Studied: 6
Studying: JLPT 3
Level: 17, : 9
So, what is the difference between して and ついて?
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1 year ago
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I feel like して is a tad more rigid/formal than ついて.
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1 year ago



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