Intransitive / operation verbal that has a more commonly used alternative form はいる
Predicates before から acquire an accent on the final mora.
Predicates before けど acquire an accent on the final mora.
- Can imply other related predicates which may or may not be overtly stated
- Leads up to a final result
Predicates before し acquire an accent on the final mora.
Unmodified: benefit; 為になるもの (a thing which is beneficial)
Modified by Imperfective Verbal: specifies a reason as the purpose
Modified by Perfective Verbal: expresses reason as the cause
Modified by Other: determined by context
The accent is usually タメ＼ but when の follows it is pronounced タメノ ＯＲ タメ＼ノ. Although the former makes sense, as it follows how 尾高型 words becomes 平板型 before の except for 1) numbers, counters, order words; 2) vowel devoicing near the final mora, the latter actually seems to be said more. As pointed out in NHK's 日本語発音アクセント新辞典 some words may be pronounced either accented or unaccented before の; the accented alternative being more emphatic.
〜の (extended predicate; 〜のだ。〜んだ。〜の。)
Predicates before の acquire an accent on the final mora.
みつかる ＞ みつける
When 'finding' lacks the implication of self-will 見つかる occurs. Thus finding a job, a place to live, something to where, etc… from the Japanese point of view, is a matter of the item in question 'becoming located' without self-determination.