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をとに particles

When/how do you use を and に particles?


Mar 4, 2018 3:31 AM
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The particle "wo" (を): The particle "wo" (or "o") marks the direct object of a Japanese sentence. In the example, "I'm going to take her home" (watashi wa kanojo wo ie ni okuru), "her" would be the direct object. 

The particle "ni" (に): The particle "ni" can be used to mark the direction, time, or the indirect object of a Japanese sentence.
March 4, 2018

For example, Please put your bag here.ここあなたのかばんおいてください。

I go to work. しごといきます。

She brought her boyfriend to my birthday party.


I left a key in my car. わたしはかぎくるまのなかにおいてきてしまいました。 

I'm heading to north. わたしはきたむかっています。

March 4, 2018
Ashley Skipper
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