Direct Object,Directional and Target markers.

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awesomemantm2000
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Direct Object,Directional and Target markers.

Post by awesomemantm2000 » Tue 11.16.2010 2:36 am

I was looking over the FAQ on verb particles.I didn't completly understand about the direct object,Target , and Directional particles and there differences.I also didn't get any info on how to pronounce the Target particle on the FAQ.Thank you so much for the -kere and object marker help!

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Re: Direct Object,Directional and Target markers.

Post by chikara » Tue 11.16.2010 2:57 am

awesomemantm2000 wrote:I was looking over the FAQ on verb particles.I didn't completly understand about the direct object,Target , and Directional particles and there differences.I also didn't get any info on how to pronounce the Target particle on the FAQ. ....
By the FAQ do you mean Particles used with verbs from Tae Kim's Grammar Guide?

What don't you understand about the differences?

The target particle に is "ni" in romaji and is pronounced like the English word "knee".
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Re: Direct Object,Directional and Target markers.

Post by awesomemantm2000 » Tue 11.16.2010 10:37 pm

It was a bit confusing at first but the differences are more clear to me now.Thank for the pronounciation.

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