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Since A; because of A

  1. Since A; because of A
  2. Every time that A happens, B
    Suggests that this chain of events A and B happens over and over again.
  3. Doing A, then B; A, then B, etc.
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この        では だれも         
Because of the cheap wages at this company, no one wants to work (here).
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あの      あんなに          かわいそう    
That mother, to get so angry: poor kids.

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Construction
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AVerb: て-form
Aい-adjective
-い
くて
Basic Examples:
くて (because (you're) scared)

ANoun
では
Basic Examples:
(because (I'm) sick)

Aな-adjective
では
Basic Examples:
(since it's nice outside)

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Every time that A happens, B
Suggests that this chain of events A and B happens over and over again.

  1. Since A; because of A
  2. Every time that A happens, B
    Suggests that this chain of events A and B happens over and over again.
  3. Doing A, then B; A, then B, etc.
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  いつも テレビ     すぐに      
Every time my grandmother watches TV, she goes to sleep immediately.

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Construction
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AVerb: て-form
BAction
Basic Examples:
してする (every time (they) fight, (they) make up)

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Doing A, then B; A, then B, etc.

  1. Since A; because of A
  2. Every time that A happens, B
    Suggests that this chain of events A and B happens over and over again.
  3. Doing A, then B; A, then B, etc.
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              やっと おいしい     できた  
After making some and throwing it away repeatedly, I finally was able to make some delicious sweets.
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                    ゴール       
Running and walking, running and walking, she desperately aimed for the finishing line.

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Construction
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AVerb: て-form
BVerb: て-form
Basic Examples:
いてして (write then erase)

AVerb: て-form
BVerb: Stem
Basic Examples:
いて (walk a little then rest)

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More information and construct http://maggiesensei.com/2017/11/01/how-to-use-ては-では-tewa-dewa/
3 years ago
まさむね123 - Level 1

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Years Studied: since 2000
Studying: のため、だから
Level: 913, : 4,999
the first construction should be いadj -い+くては, not くて]
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11 years ago
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Formatting error, fixed!
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11 years ago



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