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<< koto ha nai | koto ni suru >>

ことになる [ことになる] (koto ni naru)
    Meaning: it has been decided/arranged that
    Example: It has been decided that I will work in Tokyo
    JLPT Level: 3
    Author: Stefanie

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ex #7788   主人が仕事で東京にいくことになった。  
It has been decided that my husband will go to Tokyo for professional reasons.  
ex #7789   留学することになりました。  
It has been arranged that I will study abroad.  

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    NihonjinSame as kotoninaru, we should merge both articles. Which syntax do we use: seperated by space or in one word? 

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