What is the property of certain predicates that makes them prefer は instead of が for neutral statements?
Preface I've noticed that certain predicates require you to use は on arguments for making a "neutral" statement. Generally speaking, it seems that negative predicates prefer は on their argument. ...
I'm learning Japanese and one point that confuses me is the use of particles. For this example, if I want to express 'I like you', which one should I use? Grammatically, 'あなたをすき' seems to be the ...