J10B9G - To go out of one's way to do something...

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Unformatted text preview: To go out of one's way to do something o&&& qA + && +&& 7 It's not easy to take the time to go, so I will talk on the phone. X& V E AS O E H Yt t q E E &V X: Do you think I should rewrite this composition? Y: I don't think you have to take the trouble to rewrite it. t &V E A SO E H E You learn Japanese with a great deal of effort, but if you don't use it, you forget it very Quickly. t UT You don' t have to take the trouble of coming. Denotes Denotes choice of one option over another than reQuires extra effort. Denotes Denotes that one has invested effort in achieving a certain state. ssociations Effort statement associated with + X +& & To have no choice but to ~ &PA +&& &&& &&&& & +&& When one does not have any money, one does not have any choice but to work part-time. UT E Since I don't have a car, I have no alternative but to go on foot....
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2010 for the course J 10B taught by Professor Komatsu during the Spring '10 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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