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To Notice
(Sentance with の Or こと)に気がつきます。
Something has been done with a great deal of trouble.
せっかくSome verb
Something can not be done because of social/moral/situational reasons.
V(plain,non-past)わけにはいきません。
When the neg is used its affirmitive means "can't help but do something"
Used to qualify or refer to the previous statment.
Some statement,そうかと言って(Something)
Upon V-ing, after V-ing.
Verb(past)上で
In order to do something
Verb(plain,non-past)ためにSome 
action
When ための(Noun)Is used it modifieds the noun
Even when/If one does something
SomethingてもSomething else that happens still
ない In contemporary japanese Also means ”without doing such and such”
Somethingず
Shortened Variation of Causitive Passive which is like "Be made to Do some verb"
Verb(あ)せられる Or される
According to
Somethingにようと、Something that its according to.
Used to state that a certin 
thing has good and bad aspects
S1(Plain)代わり、S2
It has the sense that one compensates for the other
Once you do something
いったん(Verb ば-form)
For~;To~
For SomethingにとってSomething、SomethingにとってSomething.