View topic - のも After a verb?
I keep seeing this mysterious "nomo" following verbs (at least, it appears to be only verbs).
For example, the camera man just appeared for the first time, and says "かけつけるのも はやい とるのも はやい”
Which doesnt make much sense to me...
Hm, I also see Te-form + Oku and Te-form + Te alot...
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the て-form of a verb+おく is a grammar that expresses an action is done with some future purpose in mind. you can read about it at tae kim's grammar guide: http://www.guidetojapanese.org/
the て-form of a verb+て is probably a contraction of 〜ていて
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