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concerning あ こ そ words
Out of curiosity I looked up その in a monolingual dictionary, the first thing I see Is ［連体］《代名詞「そ」＋格助詞「の」から》What on earth is a "case marking particle"? Is this the の particle that simply means "of"? ...
Oct 31 '13 at 16:40
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