The Japanese particle “wo” (o): What it is and how to use it
Oct 15, 2020 · The particle “wo”, usually pronounced “o”, marks the object of the verb – that is, the person or thing that the action is done to. It appears in our sentence structure diagram in the “Other information” section, as shown: (If you haven’t seen this before, read here .) Let’s look at an example: Taro ate sushi. Taro ate sushi.
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