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I know that the particle の can be used for linking several nouns together or to indicate possession. However I have seen several cases where the の is droped. Like for example 未来日記. My question is when to and not to use the particle no?
From what I've seen, if its unambiguous it can be dropped. This rule applies to most particles. You hear native speakers do it all the time.
Is Yamada coming?
I can't think of too many instances where の is dropped off the top of my head but I its pretty common.