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Japanese sentences.

I literally just started learning japanese and wanted to make sure these sentences I thought of are correct. (These are all meant to be informal)

Ongaku ga suki da -- I like music.
Inu ga iru -- I have a dog
Anata wa inu ga iru -- you have a dog
Ringo ga tabru no suki da -- I like to eat apples.

I am currently learning hiragana but if you could correct these with Romanji it would be appreciated.

Also please keep in mind I just started learning yesterday.

Arigato.

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Ongaku ga suki da -- I like music.
    Inu ga iru -- I have a dog

    These two sentences are right:)



    Anata wa inu ga iru -- you have a dog
    →Anata wa inu wo katteiru
    for pets, you use "kau" like "inu wo kau". And this time, it become katteiru, it is like "you are having a dog" in English.

    Ringo ga tabru no suki da -- I like to eat apples.
    →Ringo wo taberu no suki da
    a word before "ga" is always subjective word, so if you write "ringo ga," it means Ringo eats~.

    I hope it will help you.

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