Han Yang
Is it correct to use は or に? For words like あした, as far as I understand we do not use the particle に after it. So do I use は or without any particle? For example : あしたべんきょうします あしたはべんきょうします Which is correct, or are both correct? For days, for example, にちようび にちようびえいがをみます にちようびはえいがをみます にちようびにえいがをみます Which ones are accurate? Thank you very much for your help!
Apr 19, 2016 7:49 PM
Answers · 1
あした is normally used by itself or with は. に sounds strange, but it's probably possible. For にちようび, all three are possible depending on the tone and the focus. Without a particle you would normally put a comma after にちようび. は and に sound best, though. You can also say "にちようびには", for example if you want to say that you're going somewhere on SUNDAY but not some other day. When you put は after, you put the word before it in focus. So the sense of "あした" is stronger when you say "あしたは" instead of just "あした".
April 19, 2016
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