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zuotengdazuo

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Hi. Why does the sentence end with ことに? Is it omitted version of ことにした (decided to do something)?
Thank you.
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Toritoribe

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Close, but it's ことになる/なった. (The profile sometimes explains a future event.) する/した is used for the speaker's volitional action, as you wrote "decided to do something", but I don't think he wants to get a room in 問題児たちの巣窟. 😅
 
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