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Subject: Re: 託する
From: TAKASUGI Shinji (tssf.airnet.ne.jp)
Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2007 01:51:55 GMT
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Just for your interest, verbs like (たく) する, which consist of a kanji and the verb -suru, are quite unstable in modern Japanese. They can be group I verbs. I would say 託す, a group I verb, instead of 託する, a suru verb.

1. Commonly used as suru verbs: (あっ) する, (いっ) する, (はん) する, etc.
2. Commonly used as group I verbs except the nonpast form: (あい) する (you say 愛さない, 愛せ, and 愛そう, not *愛しない, *愛しろ, or *愛しよう, though you can say both 愛する and 愛す), (よう) する, etc.
3. Commonly used as group I verbs (-す): () す, 託す, etc.
4. Commonly used as group II verbs (-じる): (あん) じる, (えん) じる, (おう) じる, etc.
5. Commonly used as group II verbs (-せる): only () せる (influenced by () せる)



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