For writing a text book, I am looking for some ambiguous sentences with compound particles.
As an illustration, consider my attempt as follows. Recall that when の and に are combined, it results in a new particle のに, so there is a possibility to make ambiguous sentences with のに.
- の can be used to nominalize clauses. For example: お酒を飲まないの
- Nに can also be needed for some expressions. For example: アニメに興味がある
Now I have to find sentences with pattern XのにY such that they can be read in two ways:
- Xのに、Y --> Even though X, Y
It can be interpreted in 2 ways:
- タバコを吸わないのに、興味がある。Even though I don't smoke, I am interested in smoking.
- タバコを吸わないのに興味がある。I am interested in not smoking. (the speaker must be a smoker.)
Could you give me other better examples?