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milami88 (Offline)
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08-31-2017, 09:00 AM

Originally Posted by RadioKid View Post
Grammatically, "乾燥させ:KANSOU SASE;dried" is a shortened form of "乾燥させて:KANSOU SASETE;dried and then".
Ah, I understand, thank you. Does it happen often that the Japanese just omit the "te" in the end? Could you be so kind and give a few more examples maybe?
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