September 6, 2022, 1:02am
Hi I have a question regarding this conjugation. I don’t understand why 出れる is said to be in the passive form. Yomichan says it is in the potential and thats what I was thinking as well considering its ichidan and only has れる as opposed to the られる that ichidan verbs normally get for passive. Is this a mistake on the website or am I missing something?
I’m using this conjugation drill:
Don’s Japanese Conjugation Drill (wkdonc.github.io)
September 6, 2022, 1:05am
Just looks like a mistake to me. Dropping ら is only “acceptable” for the potential form and only in casual situations.
And especially when you consider that they marked it wrong when all you were prompted to do was add て, it’s likely they just have a bug in producing the prompt.
You can ping the author in this thread:
I’ve made a
conjugation drill for those that want to practice conjugations for verbs, い adjectives and な adjectives.
“Oh, another one?” you may ask…
Hang on because this one is a bit different than your average exercise drill. Often I found that drills would focus on one particular conjugation type and then get you to do a dozen or so. By the time you get to the end, you can perform some kind of transformation but you’ve likely forgotten why you’re doing it.
My drill gets you do three things …
so they can fix the issue.
September 6, 2022, 6:29am
Indeed this is wrong.
I’ll look into this - thanks for reporting it!
September 6, 2022, 9:40pm
I just managed to add that verson to the wrong form.