Please create a 2 sentences using the auxiliary verb "shimau" しまう.
Shimau is an auxiliary verb which indicates the completion of an action. To use this auxiliary verb use the base "te" て form of the verb completed. Here are two examples: 池田君は三日でその本を読んでしまった/しまいました。 Ikeda-kun wa mikka de sono hon o yonder shimatta/ shimaimashita. Mr. Ikeda finished reading the book in three days. 私はルームメートのミルクを飲んでしまった/しまいました。 Watashi wa rumumeto no miruku o nonde shimatta/ shimaimashita. I (mistakenly) drank my roommate's milk.
This is Bob. He's _____ doctor. a. a b. an
Solution: A When to use "A" The rule for using a in a sentence goes like this, use a before words, abbreviations, acronyms, or letters that begin with a consonant sound, regardless of their spelling. When to use "An" An is used before words, abbreviations, acronyms, or letters that begin with a vowel sound, regardless of their spelling. A is used with consonant sounds. An is used with vowel sounds.
On June 1, the company paid $1,200 in advance for 12 months of rent, with the rental period beginning on June 1. This $1,200 was recorded as Pre-Paid Rent Expense. As of the end of the year, no entry has yet been made to adjust the amount initially recorded.--Which ONE of the following will be included in the ADJUSTING ENTRY necessary on December 31? a. Debit to Prepaid Rent for $700 b. Debit to Cash for $700 c. Debit to Rent Expense for $700 d. Credit to Prepaid Rent for $500 e. Debit to Prepaid Rent for $500 f. Debit to Rent Expense for $500
Solution=C Rent Expense: ($1,200/ 12 months) x 7 months= $700 Prepaid Rent: ($1,200/ 12 months) x 5 months remaining for next year= $500 Rent Expense 700 Prepaid Rent Expense 700