- 14 Apr 2016
- Reaction score
(3)の connector between classes and afternoon.
(4)I don't know this one. Unless the classes is the direct object of 終わる (を).
(7)が indicates the subject of the action
(8)に adverbial as in "study separately". It could also describe the manner the action is done with で.
(9)で where the action takes place
(4)was は but I don't know why. Likely topical.
(8)の connector: separate building. I didn't know you could connect an adjective with a noun with の.
Some further explanations about why it's が/は here would really be helpful. Since it's still my pet peeve.