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05-07-2010, 05:51 PM

Originally Posted by robhol View Post

This seems to be a ridiculously common "word" (if you can, strictly speaking, call it that, but whatever) and it also looks like it's used in quite a few different contexts and meanings.

Can anybody please explain me what this word actually means and how you use it in different sentences?

I think there's another topic about this, but unfortunately it's in heavily kanji-ized Japanese and so I can't read it... If you kept the kanji amount down a bit, that'd be great.

Thanks in advance!
こと means "thing." It is also a nominalizer. how to use koto properly
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