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Toritoribe

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Why? This is quite a longshot but, is it because I am using a potential verb?
Because that's grammatically wrong. でも人生にはその他に、自由に決められることがある is valid.

But if those two really were the only two things that we couldn't decide, then the sentence would be wrong, right?
The conditional "if those two really were the only two things that we couldn't decide" is impossible in the example sentence, as I pointed out.
 

raikado

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In the second case I meant it to be hypothetical. But I think I will stop with the "what if-s". At this point I am just making up forced and unnatural sentences. Thanks for explaining this to me.
 
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