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Using がandを??

Postby kentaku_sama » Thu 04.16.2009 1:34 am

I've started to get a grasp on which one to use when but I do wonder if you can use both at the same time.
So whats and example sentence (with translation) that uses は,がandを all in the same sentence.
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Re: Using がandを??

Postby Disco » Thu 04.16.2009 1:40 am

ha wo and ga、 here is an example: 私は水を飲むのが好きです。Is this what you were looking for?
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Re: Using がandを??

Postby kentaku_sama » Thu 04.16.2009 10:03 am

You said "I like to drink water" right?

So the only time you use all of them is then you use の or こと.

お兄さんを通園地へ行くのが大好き。  "I like it when my older brother takes me to the amuesment park"

私はしゅくだいをやることが大嫌い。  I hate doing home work
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Re: Using がandを??

Postby becki_kanou » Thu 04.16.2009 10:08 am

I think you wanted to say 遊園地 (ゆうえんち) not つうえんち.

"To take someone somewhere" is a little more complicated. You can say つれていく but since you're the receiver of the favor he's doing for you, it's usually better to say つれていってくれる. So.... お兄ちゃんが遊園地につれていてくれるのが好きです。
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Re: Using がandを??

Postby astaroth » Thu 04.16.2009 11:34 am

In this sentence, can I use こと or の alternatively?
That is …連れて行ってくることが好きです or 連れて行ってくるのが好きです
Question is because I learned the structure Vことが好きです and not Vのが好きです, so I'm wondering about the implications if any ...
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