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why are we allowed to use を particle with na-adjectives?
Can someone explain the usage of a na-adjective with the を particle? Like I cannot understand why we can say ほうれん草を嫌いな人もいる, because I'd thought that it had to be a が or の particle instead of an を ? ...
Jul 10 '11 at 14:16
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