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blogs about bullying: How bullying leads to suicide. Diana and Lizzie Wittmayer, August 19, 2015. BlogTv Category: Internet culture Category: Technology Category: Suicide Category: Suicide Category: Teen SuicideQ: Which part of speech does the following sentence fall into? What part of speech does the following sentence fall into? それで、走るとなんでも苦しくて、かわいそうだという子もいます。 A: This answer is 仮定{ことざんねん} only and probably not 100% correct. But in general, the subject of the clause なんでも(と)苦しくて、かわいそうだ(と) is the indirect object of 走る(と), which is the もの in the なんでも苦しくて、かわいそうだ。(But we'll get to that in a minute.) Now it's possible to analyze the rest of the sentence as the direct object, like "走るとなんでも苦しくて、かわいそうだ。" (which is ungrammatical), but that's a bit of a stretch. So let's assume the original sentence means "Some children even suffer from it (going) because it's so painful." (It's so painful for them.) "走る" is the noun "走り", "なんでも" is the pronoun "なんでも", and "苦しくて、かわいそうだ" is a combination of two nouns, "苦しくて" ("ごみくて" if you're listening at home) and "かわいそうだ". "苦しくて" is the copula, expressing the same meaning as the direct object "苦しくて". "かわいそうだ" is "かわいそう" + "だ", expressing a sense of quality like "かわいそうだ". "くて


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