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A (suddenly) begins
  1. A (suddenly) begins
  2. To A out
    An action that makes something (item, information, etc.) visible/accessible that wasn't before
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In the middle of the movie a baby suddenly started crying.
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Yesterday it started to rain after class finished.
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その           
At that time, thunder suddenly started to roar.
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I was shocked that he suddenly lied.
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The boy sitting next to me suddenly started to sing loudly.

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AVerb: Stem
Basic Examples:
(start running)

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Level: 1
(4 years ago)
This grammar construction can't be used for inviting or requesting someone to do something. める should be use instead.
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To A out
An action that makes something (item, information, etc.) visible/accessible that wasn't before
  1. A (suddenly) begins
  2. To A out
    An action that makes something (item, information, etc.) visible/accessible that wasn't before
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この                  
This calculation method was deduced by the teacher.
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やっと                
At last, I found the ring that I had lost.

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AVerb: Stem
だす
Basic Examples:
(to create)



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Level: 1
First model sentence: wouldn't fit better than ?
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16 years ago
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KTL
Level: 1
In the first sentence, I think using is a good choice.

is used to indicate an unexpected sudden event occurs at a time that you do not expected or wanted. For example, while I'm on a date, I meet my mother. デートのった。
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16 years ago
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マイコー
Level: 272
Yea, I'm going to go with KTL on this one. I know this because I originally wrote the sentence without , and then I had it corrected for me (by a native speaker): this involved the being brought in, so I'm going to say it's correct :)
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QuakerBits
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According to Tobira, す has 2 meanings.. the other one being: Someone makes something available/accessible which hasn't exsisted or hasn't been available or accessible. ex's given: す(to create), つけす(to find out), す(to dig up). Should this be added?
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12 years ago
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マイコー
Level: 272
Agreed, verified independently, and added!
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12 years ago
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