How do I handle a sentence in which I would normally have two が?
are normal sentences with slight distinction in meaning between が and は there, but what if I ...
I am reading this article, however, I am not sure if I've already grasped that article correctly or not, so I really need someone to confirm whether my understanding is correct or not.
I have 3 main questions regarding different particles and their use.
1) In the sentence 明日、テストがありますね what is the point of having が instead of は?
2) In the sentence このへんに本屋がありますか how is に being used ...