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Jul 5, 2015 18:24 Public Using なかなか〜ない
Shousuke

は vs が #02

[Topic] Example 1: これは本です。 This is a book. In this example, "これ" means a topic. "これは" and "本です" are generally thought of in the condition of a subject and a predicate. (There are some linguists who have a different opinion abou...

Jun 28, 2015 18:10 Public は vs が #02
Shousuke

は vs が #01

The meaning of a particle changes depending on how it is used, the differences between "は" and "が" may never be explained in a simple sentence. I will try to explain it by giving some examples. [Known information] See below for exa...

Jun 28, 2015 18:07 Public は vs が #01
Shousuke

は vs が #03

[Compare] You can compare and indicate more than two things by using "は." Example 1: (この品物は) 値段は高いが、品質はいい。 The commodity is expensive, but high quality. If you would just say "the commodity is expensive," it goes like this: (...

Jun 28, 2015 17:40 Public は vs が #03
Shousuke

は vs が #04

Japanese sentences are roughly divided into three types. Nominal sentence: 彼は学生だ。 He is a student. Adjectival sentence: 彼は大きい。 He is big. Verbal sentence: 彼が来た。 He came. Usually, "は" shows the subject of a "Nominal se...

Jun 28, 2015 17:36 Public は vs が #04

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