Also ことになる. I have trouble reading sentences with these grammatical points in it
I really love Maggie-Sensei’s website for grammar. She provides so many example sentences to help show how grammar points are used differently. ということ shows up in this lesson, and she has a whole lesson on なんて here. Hopefully they help clarify some things for you a little more.
If you’re still stumped, I recommend Googling like crazy. I know that sounds like a cruddy answer, but I’ve found that most of the time someone somewhere asked the same question I’m asking.
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