I'm currently struggling with particles in the following sentence:


I want it to say that I think it will be become difficult to find opportunities where I am able to speak Japanese. The を is where I am in doubt. 見つける is transitive and なる is intransitive, and I don't know which one dictates the particle in this sentence.

Any help would be appreciated.


transitive verb 見つける→機会を is find opportunities
づらい is difficult,
so, (機会を見つける)づらい is difficult to find opportunities
intransitive なる,
so, (機会を見つけづらく)なる is become difficult to find opportunities 

  • Right. So I take it that the sentence is grammatically correct as it is?
    – Rins
    May 27 '17 at 14:33
  • @Deven: The given Japanese sentence is grammatically correct to perfection as it is.
    – mackygoo
    May 27 '17 at 15:02

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