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なんて
1. What (did) A
Often used with verbs: いう (What did .. say), く (What did .. write);
 なんて      
What did you just say?
だって
1. Any-A (anywhere, anytime, anyone, etc.)
Transforms into no-one/nowhere/etc when followed by a negative clause
うち       どこ           
Our father can sleep anywhere.
さて
1. Now, (let's move on to) A
         さて            
It's already this time (of day)! Alright, it's bout time to take a bath.
なんていう
1. What is the name of A
この   なんて         
What's the name of this flower?
なお
1. Furthermore, A
                なお     まだ          
Yesterday, robbers broke into (entered) the convenience store. Furthermore, the criminals have not yet been caught.
そういえば
1. Speaking of ..; A by the way; A
Used when the speaker remembers something or uses the previous statement to engage a new/related topic A
そういえば        すぐ          
Speaking of, I heard that Ms. Tanaka is getting married really soon.
とか
1. I heard A; it seems that A
Used when it's not 100% whether or not A is true
           いる    
Seems that there are squirrels in the northern area of Japan.
くらいことはない
1. There is nothing as B as A; There is nothing more B than A
              こと  ありません  
For me, there's nothing as scary as flying on a plane.
にて
1. At A; by A
Formal, used in writing such as letters or correspondence.
         ラジオ         
There are radio calisthenics performed every morning at the nearby park.
がい
1. There's value in doing A; It's worth doing A
   やり            
I think it's important of have (a sense of) value in doing your job.
ぶりに
1. The first time B has been done in A (period of time)
B is not being done for the first time; rather, it's (usually) been quite a while since the subject performed the action.
この       いとこ        
I saw my cousin the other day for the first time in five years.
ものだ/~ものではない
1. Really A; truly A
Often used in presenting a reason, justification, or excuse.
              
It'll be really nice to have dinner together.
1. (presents the info. A at the end of an explanation)
                           
I got married and my last name changed so I am going to make a new name tag.
こと
1. Do A (command)
Usually used in written form (ex: set of rules, on a chalkboard).
         する こと  
Attend classes regularly.
どころではない
1. Far from A (not A)
その       どころではなかった  
The show was far from being a failure.
ことだから
1. Because A
あの  のこと だから  また    かもしれない   
Because it's that store, it may still be out of stock.
からして
1. Considering A...; Thinking about A...
A is used as a basis/reasoning for a judgement/statement.
          つまらなさそうです  
Judging from the lecturer's introduction, it seems boring.
てこの
1. Since A
The verb that follows this expression is often in the negative form.
    この                
I haven't seen him at all since we got divorced.
  
1. Even if I have to A, by all means A
Used to show an action A that one normally wouldn't take, but will do so for the following goal.
       まで       
No matter what it takes, I want to lose weight by the summer.
ものだ
1. Should A, it would be good to A
   宿       やる    
You should do your homework properly.
ものではない
1. Should not A, must not A
        ばかり いる もん       
You shouldn't just play and not work.
1. Indicates an important purpose/goal A
                   
In order to undertake the job interviews, a resume is necessary.
って
1. Because of trust/confidence/belief in A, B
The clause B is usually a statement that the speaker strongly believes in. Often rejects a negative action (He/she would never do such a thing).
この                       
This maker would never make such unfashionable clothes.
   
1. Would love for A to (not) happen
Shows a strong wish/desire for A to occur. Negative form of verb denotes wishing that something doesn't happen
       いつも             
I would really like for you to always pay attention to your personal appearance.
だけ
1. Do A to some extent, to try A
This is used to suggest a limit to how much A is done, and is often followed by clauses downplaying the results (Ex: I'll give A a try, but don't get your hopes up)
やれる だけ          ありません  
I did what I could so I have no regrets.
だけ
1. Do A as much as possible
A and B are the same verb. A is always in potential form, while B can be anything.
      だけ    ください  
Carry as much luggage as you can.
(ま)
1. Completely A, exactly A
               
He is standing right in the middle of the road.
かつて
1. Once A; Long ago, A
States something that was once true, but no longer is
  かつて           
I once had a cat.
    
1. Because of A (A is one of multiple reasons)
     こと            
Since it's late at night (among other reasons), let's go to sleep already.
ていられる
1. Could do A many times (without getting tired/sick of it)
Words such as ずっと, も, etc. often come before the verb.
この                   
I love this movie, and I could watch it forever.
  おも     
1. Couldn't possibly have thought/imagined that A
この                  
I couldn't have imagined that this store would be this popular.
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