Currently, i'm reading Tae-Kim's big 'learn japanese' guide-thingy, and am still vary much at the stage where im still learning to grasp the basic sentence structure/grammar.
To this end, while i still struggle alot, im good enough with the basics of nouns and adjectives to say/read vary simple things and be able to work out the grammar.
The thing right now is that while its still confusing, i can at least grasp how particles like は、が、も interact with nouns and adjectives, i can slowly work my way through a sentence and come to understand its meaning.
However, the above does not apply to verbs, in that while i do get what verbs are for, and kinda get the を particle. The exact nature of it, as well as verbs interactions with other particles/nouns, is something i still reach a consistent loss at, having no clue as to what is being described.
So ya, basicly, given the following uses of (noun) and (verb), could someone explain what exactly is being described in each case, what idea is being expressed, in a vary general sense?
So ya, hopefully ive managed to explain my current plight. I look forward to hopefully finding a answer to it.
edit: Just to clarify. I dont care what exactly strings like 雨を来る literally mean, or if they make sense. Im asking what exactly the grammar itself is describing, regardless of the particular noun/verb used. The use of 雨 and 来る is arbitrary.
edit: 雨 and 来る seem to be confusing people, so allow me to be a bit more direct with (noun) and (verb) instead.