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  • この形だと、追加での書き込みが難しくありませんか? --Coco  22:24, 15 July 2006 (EDT)
    • 確かにテーブルは厄介です。WikiWizardのようはツールを使った方がいいかもしれません。
      • i doubt WikiWizard will do much good. it looks like that software uses a different format for tables. if you're so inclined, at the bottom of are links to some conversion pages where you can turn HTML (maybe from Word, etc.) into Wikipedia table format. or CSV, or there's even a macro for EXCEL... WYSIWYG editing may come in the future, there are a few testing examples in place, see: and so maybe someday it will be easily available once they get the kinks worked out.
        • Whoever wrote "Easy to write Easy to read" in the pros for Wiki pipe table format must have been on drugs. I much prefer xhtml format (although I have to admit that being familiar with it is part of it). Incidentally のような is a very useful weasel phrase. ;-) Paul b
  • 日本語で読んでもわからなさそうな内容。Orz--Coco  04:21, 28 July 2006 (EDT)

Paul_bさん。スレッドにあった「を」の例文が非常に優れているのでwikiにあげておきました。気が向いたら英文をつけてくださると助かります。--Coco  05:32, 14 December 2006 (EST)

Difference between wa and ga

Wa is a topic marker, and Ga is a subject marker... in my head topic and subject are basically the same. Can somebody elaborate and describe the difference?

They already have
Paul b


Conjunction と

Conjunction と is used when the act/phenomenon written in sentence 1 and the act/phenomenon expressed in sentence 2 is consecutive.

As I went out, it suddenly started to rain.(?)

I walkd down the street, and then I met an old friend.(?)/As I walked down the street, I met an old friend.(?)

As I opened the window, I could see Mt.Fuji.

The train came out of the long border tunnel — and there was the snow country.
( This is the beginning sentence from "雪国", translated by Edward Seidensticker)

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