Oyuki conjugate - peripheral vision


You may be wondering what the short words like wa , o and no are. These are called particles and act as indicators for the parts of the sentence. 2 They come after whatever they indicate. Look at the last three example sentences above. The first two have wa in them to show that their subjects are watashi (I) in the first, and Naomi in the second. The third and last example sentence does not have wa in it because it does not have a subject. Here, watashi (I) is the subject, but since it is known or assumed it can be omitted. Unlike English, Japanese allows this omission of subjects, and also objects, when they are known. This can be very convenient at some times, but also confusing at others. In Japanese, the verb is the anchor of the sentence.

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