Consider the following sentences:
I don't understand why the verb 出る which is an intransitive (as in the first example) can take an object (as in the second example)....
I am pretty sure it's the causative form here since the causative-passive would require 俺一人 to be marked with は.
I am not sure why 俺一人 is marked ...
English translation: Walk aimlessly through town.
I understand that aimlessly walk takes the object town and that’s why we use を, but wouldn’t it make more sense to use に as the town is ...