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-NI SURU(-にする), -KU SURU(-くする) Grammar 97

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The two endings -にする (-ni suru) and -になる (-ni naru) both indicate change.
However, there is one big difference between them: while -になる (-ni naru) indicates something changing by itself (intransitive), -にする (-ni suru) indicates something being changed by someone or something else (transitive).
In the case of i-adjectives, the last い changes toくor くする(-ku suru)
In this video we will see some examples to learn more about these useful expressions.
 
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