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If you haven't read this question, please check it first: What's the difference between wa (は) and ga (が)? Whether a noun is already in the universe of discourse is very important, but that's not the only thing that determines when to use が or は. There are at least three types of situation where が must be used with 彼 (or more generally, nouns which are ...


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I THINK SO! Maybe depends on what you mean by complete thought. Probably sounds better without the pronoun though... 田中は私の仲間だった。昨日、虎に食べられた。 But to answer your question "In a sentence that ends in a verb, could "が" ever modify "彼" / "彼女" and have a sentence that is a complete thought?"... I suppose you might hear something like this: 田中は仲間だった。...



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