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hello.
I'm new to this site and just got back to learning japanese, so I have a question about particles.
how many difference particles are there?
and if someone could tell me alittle bit of them that would be alot of help.

Thanks for the help.
 
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I have looked at that really quick but didnt know if it was all right or not, cause sometimes wiki can be wrong I have seen.
But I will look at it now.
Thanks for the help
 

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I have looked at that really quick but didnt know if it was all right or not, cause sometimes wiki can be wrong I have seen.
But I will look at it now.
Thanks for the help

You're right there mate, quite often wikipedia can be miles from the truth. The biggest problem with having a collective encylopedia of world knowledge that anyone can edit at any time is that... Yeah you guessed it, any Muppet can write in it. A lot of articles are written by real professionals and its generally, usually all okay but at times it isn't. University students everywhere are heavily discouraged from using it over here in the UK.

The particles page however looks pretty accurate, try and just learn 3 and then come back with questions that could be a better idea. But up too you of course, good luck!
 
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You're right there mate, quite often wikipedia can be miles from the truth. The biggest problem with having a collective encylopedia of world knowledge that anyone can edit at any time is that... Yeah you guessed it, any Muppet can write in it. A lot of articles are written by real professionals and its generally, usually all okay but at times it isnt. University students everywhere are heavilly discouraged from using it over here in the UK.
The particles page however looks pretty accurate, try and just learn 3 and then come back with questions that could be a better idea. But up too you ofcourse, good luck!
ya thats the same here for some universitys and whats a good 3 particles to learn for starters?
 

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ya thats the same here for some universitys and whats a good 3 particles to learn for starters?

I would say Wa, Ga and Wo probally. Excuse the romaji lack of software.. Ka is another one its basically just used as a question mark so quite easy.
 
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I would say Wa, Ga and Wo probally. Excuse the romaji lack of software.. Ka is another one its basically just used as a question mark so quite easy.
i knew about か but for は(wa) 、が 、 を i will go look them up, and for to get ひらがな and カタカナ typing on your computer. its not a software. it should be on your computer already.
 
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