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Japanese particles shows the relationship of a word, a phrase, or a clause, to the rest of the sentence. If you have trouble keeping all the particles straight, let LingoDeer show you how to use them one by one.
Topic marking particle は
は Example: 私は日本人です。/ I’m Japanese.
Subject marking particle が
There is a table in the room.が
My sister’s eyes are small.が
。/ Where is the hospital?が
I love the sea.が
Direct object particle を
indicates the object, direct object marking particle
をI read a book.
flies across the sky.を
Direct object particle と
(Tables and chairs)と
私は先生に留学したいと言いました。/ I told the teacher that I want to study abroad.
Mr. Tanaka is also a Japanese.も
There is no one here.も
indicates possession or attribution (
のThis is my book.
The waist (part of the dress) is too tight. Do you have a bigger one?の
indicates the transport.
でI go there by bus.
Let’s clean the room together!で
This house is made of wood.で
I told the teacher that I want to study abroad.に
The wine is made from grapes.から
I got this food from Mr. Ou.から
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