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What are the basic grammar structures of these tiny sentences?

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Hey guys,

I want to learn to express myself in more diverse ways in Japanese.
So, how do you say "It must be remembered that ..."
"(Thing A) contradicts (Thing b)"
"Whilst (Thing A + Thing B) appears (adjective) within themselves"
 

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What is your idea? Did you look up those words in a dictionary?
 

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What is your idea? Did you look up those words in a dictionary?
I did not look them up in a dictionary? I am just looking for a translation of those structures to help me write my sentences. I am writing a piece on law.
 

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Japanese is a very context-driven language. An expression that can be applied to a situation might not work well in another case. A real examples are needed to compose the correct sentences.
 

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Japanese is a very context-driven language. An expression that can be applied to a situation might not work well in another case. A real examples are needed to compose the correct sentences.
Here are the examples:

Section 10 contradicts Section 5.

It must be remembered that the Magna Carta is very important within our Bill of Rights, which says that " .... (quote)"

Whilst these two provisions appear rational within themselves, they are a contradiction.



 

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__と__は矛盾する。

__の中で__と記憶されるべきで、その中で__

一方、__中では
 
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