What is the difference between
ni wa, when talking about a person?
In my textbook, it has the following example:
Kanojo ni wa takusan no keiken ga arimasu. She has plenty of experience
ni wa, used for
Kanojo (she). How can you have a person as a direction?
There is also this:
Kouhosha erabi ni wa motto sentakushi ga aru beki dato omoimasu. I think there should be more choice in candidates
Again, ni wa is used for
Kouhosha erabi (Candidate selection). Again, how can you have people as direction?
This answer for a similar question, says that
ni wa helps to indicate an embedded subject, but I don’t understand how that differs from plain
wa on it’s own, and what is gained by using
Would the above examples sentences be wrong if they omitted ni?
If not, then what does ni add to the meaning?
What is the rule for when to use
ni wa in place of