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miztinkerbell wrote:
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ga is always used after question words such as nani or nan (what), dare (who), itsu (when), etc.

example:itsu ni nani ga arimasu ka? meaning --> what is on the chair?


It should be 'isu'. Sorry for nitpicking, I'm sure it was just a typo but someone might learn wrong.
itsu=when
isu=chair

And yeah your post was very useful! I didn't know about the wo/o difference at all. Thought it was just different romaji types. Thanks a lot!
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Niekara wrote:


miztinkerbell wrote:
ga
ga is always used after question words such as nani or nan (what), dare (who), itsu (when), etc.

example:itsu ni nani ga arimasu ka? meaning --> what is on the chair?


It should be 'isu'. Sorry for nitpicking, I'm sure it was just a typo but someone might learn wrong.
itsu=when
isu=chair

And yeah your post was very useful! I didn't know about the wo/o difference at all. Thought it was just different romaji types. Thanks a lot!






yea twas a typo.. i even wrote itsu (when) on top correctly..
people who are observative should have known the difference..
thanks for the correction anyway..
i appreciate it..
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miztinkerbell wrote:
yea twas a typo.. i even wrote itsu (when) on top correctly..
people who are observative should have known the difference..
thanks for the correction anyway..
i appreciate it..


Hhehehh I just realized that
No prob!
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Rx2D wrote:

Yeah, I dont understand that either. ga... o... wo.... whats the difference? When and where will you use them?

ex. Isha o yonde kudasai. (Please call the doctor, right?)

Why cant it be "isha wo yonde kudasai" or "isha ga yonde kudasai"?


Ah, this group did have it. Never mind.



isha wo yonde kudasai actually means, "please call the doctor"






O and WO has the same usage and meaning.
People just use O or pronounce it just "O" instead of "WO" thats because it depends on the word used before it. ISHA ends with a vowel sound and people often just pronounce it as "O" instead of the whole thing which is "WO" while if the words comes before it is a consonant most of the people pronounce it as "WO" instead of just "O"... they have the same rule in writing too! BUT not all use this kind of rule. Mostly you can find it on teenagers.

NOTE: whichever you wanna use doesnt really matter since it wont affect your grammar.
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Posted 9/6/08
Thx Dommie22!
It is a BIG help
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great very useful thx a bunch
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Hey thanks alot, but I was wondering...are jap verbs conjugated like in other languages (ie french, spanish, english)?
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Also, are these verbs usually written in hiragana? Are there kanji for these verbs, are they used frequently? Thanks!
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Thanx... i love it... it's useful, i spend my time to remember this while i left my studies. alos i remember some works what i just heard from moives what i saw XD
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Posted 11/27/08
THX!!! it helps!!!
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~~~wow~~~
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haha woot! i know all these stuff already XD
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oh its very useful thanks
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