Grammar

PARTICLE OMISSION


Some particles are more common than others in Japanese, especially:

  • が - indicates the subject in the sentence (what/who is performing the action)
  • は - indicates the topic in the sentence (what we are talking about)
  • を - indicates the direct object
  • Etc.

When the meaning is clear enough, those particles are frequently omitted in an informal context, especially when speaking.

数学(すうがく)()(きら)
Suugaku (ga) kirai.
I don’t like mathematics.

(わたし)()16(じゅうろく)(さい)
Watashi (wa) juu roku sai.
I’m 16 years old.

りんご()()べた
Ringo (o) tabeta yo.
I’ve eaten an apple.


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