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Japanese Particles – 助詞について


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It is said that Japanese particles are difficult to remember for learners.


There are various theories about Japanese particles. 9 kinds of particles「が」「に」「を」「へ」「と」「から」「より」「で」「まで」are mainly used.


Verbs sometimes decides which particle we should use. Therefore, learners who tries to decide a particle with a noun sometimes get confused.


Today, let’s focus on the difference between 「に」 and 「で」 behind a noun about “PLACE.”


These particles are the example that a verb decides a particle.


Japanese verbs are divided into “Action Verbs” and “State Verbs.”


When you use an “Action Verb,” the particle would be “”. For example, you can make this sentence “公園で(at a park)ランチを食べます(I have lunch)”.


When you use an “State Verb,” the particle would be “”. For example, “公園に(at a park)犬がいます(There is a dog)”.


However, some action verbs which need a destination like “行きます(go)” and “引っ越します(move),” take a particle “” for a destination.


The way to decide Japanese particles is a deep practice, isn’t it? Let’s get used to use it!

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