Will you guys stop flirting???
1) You got it right Luke, -tte is the informal form of to
-to can act as a particle and quotation,
1) dorobo ga doa wo kowasu to ie no naka in hatta.
2)watashi to budakkerek no kankei wa yuujin desu.
budakkerek to no kankei wa yuujin desu
3)moshi takakereba, kawanai to omoimasu もし高ければ、買わないと思います。
4)to ka carries the meaning close to others or nado等
5)Just take 'nan to iu ka' as a phrase meaning 'how do I say that?' Some people may think that it is impolite to say this phrase, especially in front of elders. It is like saying 'apa nama itu...' in BM
6)Have you learnt potential forms yet?
neru---> nerareru (+)---->nerarenai (-)
You can use
neru koto ha dekinai,
but it is so long...
Therefore just say, nerarenai.
PS, 1) to
acts to show the happenings according to time or sequence act 時間的の順序- the thief must break the door first before he can enter the house.
Compare with, natsu ga kuru to atsuku naru.
This form of to
carries the meaning of something which happens naturally (自然、当然を表す場合）.
2)watashi to budakkerek, this to
carries the meaning and
3)-to omoimasu is a set phrase to show what you are thinking about and it is a polite form to express your wishes。