When do you use こと and when dou you use の nominalize a sentence?私は 本を 読むことか゛好き。私は 本を 読むのか゛好き。Wh
Oct 6, 2012 9:49 AM
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You're right. Both of them are used to nominalize a sentence and same meaning. 読むのが = 読むことが In English, you can say this sentence in a different way as below and they are same meaning as you know.  ・ I like to read books. ・ I like reading books. Strictly speaking, 読むことが is more formal expression than 読むのが. I think 読むのが is a colloquial expression and more casual. Hope it helps ;)
October 6, 2012
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