vicza wrote: mrhashimoto wrote:
Compound verbだね。「始まる」か「始める」はＶｅｒｂ ｓｔｅｍの後ろに付けたら、「Ｂｅｇｉｎ ｔｏ．．．」と言う意味が出ます。ここ
Well, I know, what are
compound verbs, but I doubt if any verb can be constructed like this. E.g., in Google you can find many instances of 読み始める (from your link), but no one instance of 忘れ始まる.
読み始める was just one example. It'd be ludicrous to try and list them all
according to my dictionary... (はじめる)
￼ To start (doing something), to begin to ...."
Maybe I was wrong to use 始まる in this way, but I figured as the statement was transitive I might as well try
Did it hinder understanding?
EDIT: Someone continue the damn game already!! (I can't reply to my own one.... or can I??