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I am a little confused when speaking Japanese when I should use が and when I should use は. For example, 学校はたのしかったです。or 学校がたのしかったです。What is the rule of when to use が and when to use は in a context?

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    This question is so simple yet so hard to answer. Have you looked at the other questions on は and が on this site? Try starting with this one japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/22/… – user3856370 Mar 25 '16 at 17:53
  • You sound like a beginner. My advice is: use は unless you have a reason to use が. Good reasons to use が include relative clauses and question words (e.g. 何が、誰が) – oals Mar 25 '16 at 17:58
  • @user3856370 Thanks for the edit. I didn't realise that I had put わ instead of は.I have looked at a few similar questions, but I cannot find a definitive rule on this subject. – User0123456789 Mar 25 '16 at 17:58
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    @oals Actually, I am semi-fluent at Japanese, got an A in my GCSE Japanese and lived there for 6 years. But my main weakness is grammar as I haven't learned that properly – User0123456789 Mar 25 '16 at 18:01
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    @user3856370 That link does answer my question. Thanks for the help! – User0123456789 Mar 25 '16 at 18:06