I'm trying to read a children's book and have already gotten stumped by the first sentence. "context" The picture shows an autumn day.
ある つめたい かぜの ふく ひ。
So far I've got ... (chilly wind blow)...
At first I thought ある was 'walk' and the grammar made no sense to me, but have then realized walk should instead be あるく. Also, ひ made no sense either. So looking up ある on Jisho I found that together あるひ (ある日) means "one day".
Is it correct to assume that ある and 日 can be split apart grammatically?
ある ( 冷たい 風の 吹く ) 日。
And if that's the case would : One day, a chilly wind blew. =/= A chilly wind blew, one day. : be correct?