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    Joel
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    In this case, それ is functioning as the topic of the sentence as well as being the direct object. When that happens, the topic marker は replaces the direct object marker を.

    (It’s also highlighting the contrast – I don’t know that, but I do know other things.)

    #49586

    Kenny Kuhn
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    Huh, interesting. Thanks for the help!

    #49613

    valacd
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    Hi,

    I’m trying to learn the adverbs right now and I struggled with the following sentence.
    In: ビール は ぜんぜん のみません, why is there the particle は and not を ?

    Thank you so much for your help!

    #49617

    Joel
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    The answer here is pretty much the same as my immediate previous post in this thread. Only with それ replaced by ビール. =)

    #49885

    Leif Nelson
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    I don’t understand this bit of Japanese from chapter 5 in the final lesson.
    先生 に なる つもりです
    It appears to have two clauses that function dependently with nothing linking them. How does this work?

    #49888

    Joel
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    Verb+つもり = intend to (verb)

    先生になるつもりです = I intend to become a teacher.

    Looks like the lessons that cover it were at some point moved from season three to season five. In case you missed it, it’s here: http://www.textfugu.com/season-3/plans/

    #50824

    Hello
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    <p>Casino trực tuyến FB9 – Trò chơi đánh bài, quay số và thắng tiền thật, ngoài 188LOTO</p>

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