Japanese Class

going in the with CS homework again.  Probably should've started taking pictures right from Alice's original writing, before I started writing all over it!

circle the particles (in green) and mark the verbs

start to identify the main verbs

start to group into "bubble diagrams" around the particles (and verbs)

move the text into bubbles

more bubbles, all grouped around the main verb (irereba)

attach the last bits to the growing bubble diagram

group the rest of the sentence into bubbles around the main verb (dekiru)

overall simplification of the sentence in terms of the two to three elements that hang off of the "main verb" (dekiru)

you can kind of see here how the "irereba" acts as a modifier, even as a compound verb, along with "dekiru"
The rest of the sentence is a "mo" declining a "ya"-joined pair of specifiers

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