Nominalizing verbs


#1

I’m in the grammar section of Tobira and about to do the excercises in the grammar book. I was planning to write this sentence

日本に行ったら、東京で素敵な人に知り合うことだけでなくて、多い団子も食べる!

But in Tobira, it only says Noun or Sentence before だけ

But the million dollar question is, DOES MY SENTENCE EVEN MAKES SENSE


IN OTHER NEWS,

I AM CURRENTLY A HS SENIOR APPLYING FOR COLLEGE, ABOUT TO GO DOWN TO COMMUNITY AND THIS GIF IS WHAT I AM FEELING RIGHT NOW


#2

I don’t really get what you’re trying to achieve with だけ if that part isn’t the only thing you plan to do in Tokyo. Wouldn’t something like だけではなく be more appropriate?

Though that’s like N2 grammar, I guess.


#3

oh wait. You;re riiiight!!1


#4

hold I’mma change it


#5

But in any case, I don’t really know what they mean by “sentences” but you can have adjectives and verbs before だけ

Source: http://www.imabi.net/theparticledake.htm


#6

ありがとうございました


#7

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