- 22 Feb 2008
- Reaction score
Here's the explanation regarding the particle "no," "de."eh, guys, I don't have a Japanese IME on the system I am using here,
so when you use Japanese letters or Chinese Characters, they just appear
as computer jargon. I do appreciate all your help, this is one of the two most
helpful forums I've found! (the other one is blenderunderground.com , which is
a 3D animation forum; I'm an animator.) so... 'no' is like the Chinese 'de'?(as far
as ownership)...like one would say 'that is that is miko chan no hat. .....?
or is it like the relationship between two ideas like 'de' is in the example I gave earlier?
(speak 'de' good!)
Noun-related particles - Tae Kim's Japanese grammar guide
Verb-related particles - Tae Kim's Japanese grammar guide
As becki-san wrote, I also recommend to get a Japanese grammar textbook.;-)