I've got confused and have a few questions:
In some situations speaker is obligated to change the particle e.g. answering yes/no questions.
Answer: いいえ、わたしはくじ には ひこうきにのりません。じゅうじにのります。(B)
But what if I do not answer any question? I can simply say:
Is it grammatically correct?
The verb here is 読み (read).
Read what? > A book = 本 = direct object
Who read? > I read = わたし = subject (implied)
1.) Is it correct to say:
In this situation we will have two は in one sentence:
Is this situation OK? Isn't it confusing for the person who is a receiver of this statement?
2.) Do we have to change を to は in negative statements?
Or is it correct to say:
Or should it be:
3.) How do we exactly understand statements F and G?
Do the particles have impact on meaning here?
Thank you very much in advance.