Over a year ago, I wrote a text on Lang-8. I'm analyzing my texts. I wrote, very badly, this sentence:
I tried to say "this is my first text on Lang-8" 😂
Yeah, looking at it now, I don't even now what I was thinking. 🤔 Anyway, I received the following correction:
I need help to understand the の particle after the 私. Is it that rule where the noun is implicit by the context, in this case, my text (作文), or the の particle is just being connected normally with the entire sentence, but separate with a comma, creating a different style (私のＬａｎｇ−８では…), in this case creating a relationship between 私 and 作文? I don't think it's the former, because Ｌａｎｇ−８では "disconnect" 私の with what comes after. If so, I never saw it so far... Is there something with that comma?