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Ambiguous drill

ginko
Asked 5 years ago

See screenshot: http://i.imgur.com/xuoTcM5.png

I think the answer could be either いて or いって depending on whether いる is "to be" or "to need". As the screenshot shows, only いて is accepted.

Agreed.

melon
Commented 5 years ago

Also agreed.

Rawstyle
Commented 5 years ago

Know someone who might be able to answer this question?

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Oh, you guys are right!  Do you remember in which drill you had this problem?

Masako
Answered 5 years ago

The lesson it's from is called "The て Form". Thanks

ginko
Commented 5 years ago