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    So far, I've heard of two causative conjugations for verbs in Japanese: させる and あす. I understand させる but not the あす conjugation (like in 立ち止まらす). Can someone help me to understand the あす conjugation and if possible, show me other causatives if there are any.
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    You're probably not going to get any help here. Trying going to https://japanese.stackexchange.com/ or r/learnjapanese
 
 
 
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