I saw this sentence in the final fantasy 16 trailer


I'm aware it means

as long as we have this we have no right to refuse

but I'm confused by why is used here I was under the impression that worked with verbs indicating the target of an action with the exception of adverbs and some old usage of meaning と sometimes

I didn't know of other uses for but I'm seeing more and more than maybe can be extended to mean some other things is this an extend use of if so how should I think of it or am I missing something


1 Answer 1


I like this explanation. This usage of に is not much different from that in 鳥取県にスタバはない. A right to refuse doesn’t exist in us.

You must log in to answer this question.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged .