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を Vs で

Hello guys,
You might be surprised about this exercise topic, I know I was. I was expecting the particles to keep adding up and become more challenging but as it turns out we're back to two rather basic ones: で and を.
I consider these two to be part of the "easy" ones along with の.
Anyways, as usual, here we go.
New Methodology
Instead of constantly retyping each function, I figured I would categorize and numerate them. This will allow me to simply call up the number when justifying my answer making the process faster. I left some out because some functions were too similar to deserve a separate, distinct definition.

placed after a noun of location, indicates where an action takes/took place.
indicates the superlative
in the pattern "de mo"... "de mo"... lists location.
indicates the time when an action or a process takes place.
indicates what method or tool is/was used employed for an action.
gives the price of something.
indicates the time or quantity that makes a unit.
indicates the composition of an object.
indicates the reason for an action.


placed after a noun, marks it as the direct object of a verb.
placed after a noun with a causative verb, indicates that a person/thing caused a person/thing to do something.
after a noun indicating an occupation, shows that the subject of the sentence is engaged in that occupation.
indicates the point of departure.
used with a verb of motion, indicates that an action is continued at the place preceding it.
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#1 to 4
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#1: で① placed after a noun of location, indicates where an action takes/took place., gives the price of something.
#2: で⑤ indicates what method or tool is/was used employed for an action.
#3:を① placed after a noun, marks it as the direct object of a verb.
#4:で④ indicates the time when an action or a process takes place.;を① placed after a noun, marks it as the direct object of a verb.
Comments: 4/5
#1: (2) That was silly. There isn't even a price given. So this is a ① placed after a noun, marks it as the direct object of a verb.
#5 to 7
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#5: (1)を① placed after a noun, marks it as the direct object of a verb. (2)で⑤ indicates what method or tool is/was used employed for an action.
#6: (1)を① placed after a noun, marks it as the direct object of a verb. (2)で⑤ indicates what method or tool is/was used employed for an action.
#7: (1)を① placed after a noun, marks it as the direct object of a verb. (2)で⑤ indicates what method or tool is/was used employed for an action.
Comments:
Perfect!
#8 to 11:
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#8: (1)で① (2)を①
#9: (1)で
#10: (1)を (2)で
#11: (1)で① (2)を①
Comments:
So the mistake I made here was regarding #9. I thought that it was where the action took of place of graduating. Requires further investigation. I'll be asking about this one.
#12 to 16:
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#12:(1)で⑤(2)を④
#13: (1)で①(2)を①
#14: (1)で②
#15:*I had to look up a few things for this one as I couldn't understand it right away. Vocabulary wise a couple of things:
ご主人: ごしゅじん:husband
奥さん:おくさん:wife
亡くして:なくして:to lose something
独り: one person...

(1) を① (2) で⑤
#16: (1)で⑦ (2)で⑤ (3)を①
Comments:
Perfect again.
#17 to 19:
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*I'll exceptionally won't be justifying since this is so easy. I'll do so if I make a mistake.
Comments
Case-in-point, perfect again.
#21 to 23:
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Comments:
I made a mistake (three in fact):
#22: わたしはその英語の単語「を」辞書「で」調べました。
The mistake I made lies in my misunderstanding of vocabulary. I thought 単語 meant "dictionary" but it meant "word". 辞書 meant "dictionary". The rest is easy to figure out.
#23: (2) 拾って here means "to pick up". I thought the taxi was the method used to get to the hotel, thus the で there.
#24 to 26:
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Comments:
Perfect again.
#27 to 30:
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Comments:
Perfect again.
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So basically, this was very easy but I guess it's as good practice as any. I think that's 3 mistakes in total out of 59, so that's 94%. Not sure if should create yet another thread, I don't want to spam or wait for a comment here.


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