Asked by: Yuriko Uriz-Zubiriasked in category: General Last Updated: 9th April, 2020
How do you write GA in Japanese?
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In respect to this, how is GA used in Japanese?
(ga) marks the grammatical subject of a sentence when it is first introduced to a conversation. While ? is used when a question word (who, where, etc) comes after the topic in the sentence (????????????), we use the particle ? when the question word is the subject or part of it.
Beside above, what is the difference between wa and ga in Japanese? "Ga" is used for emphasis, to distinguish a person or thing from all others. If a topic is marked with "wa," the comment is the most important part of the sentence. On the other hand, if a subject is marked with "ga," the subject is the most important part of the sentence. Compare these sentences.
Herein, how do you write GA in hiragana?
(ga). Its equivalent in hiragana is ? (ga).
How do you use in Japanese?
(to) is used to connect two nouns in a sentence. It is translated as and in English. The particle ? cannot be used to connect phrases or clauses in the sentence. In this example, ? means and.