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Spanish native speaker studying japanese since 2008.
Is this a proper use of tara and toki for “when”?
@Gradius, you're right. 回す is the transitive form. I've fixed it, thanks.
How do I add an object to noun を します verbs?
@sawa 1.Name remains name but whole construction acts as verb. 2.Transitive means that verb can take a direct object. In your example エジプト is not direct object. Particle を has several uses, not only to mark direct object. It is also used to indicate area traversed (e.g. 公園を散歩する) or leaving place (e.g 車を降りる). Construction "旅行する" (to travel) can not take direct object. 3.After googling, I admit 英語の勉強をする is quite used.