Flashcards in Particles (English to Japanese) Deck (15):
particle indicating the location where an action takes place
about, approximately (particle; used of a period, price, amount, etc)
the topic marker
's, of (particle indicating belonging)
the question marker
placed after a noun, o indicates that the noun is the object of the sentence
also, too, either (particle)
with, together with (particle). The particle to means "and" but it does not imply the existance of other people or things.
When a subject is introduced for the first time, or when the speaker believes the information to be new to the listener, the subject marker ga is used after the noun. Ga sould be used, for instance, when stating that someone or something unknown to your listener is in or at a particular place.
The role of the preposition "to" In English is played by the particle "ni" in Japanese. Ni is placed after a noun that denotes a place. It indicates the direction of movement with verbs such as ikimasu ("go"), kimasu ("come"), and kaerimasu ("return).
The particle ya is used for "and" when listing two or more things or people and implying the existance of others.
right?, isn't it? (particle)