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Potential verb form and を [duplicate]

I saw “私は日本語を話せます。” in an online lesson. Is it grammatically correct?
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Why does 電池 take the を particle

The sentence 咲は電池{でんち}を時計{とけい}に入{はい}れました。 Translates as "Saki put the batteries in the watch" but would would 電池 take を in this case?
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Chaining verbs with ~て with an object [closed]

In an exercise, the following sentence came out: (complete the sentence with the propositions in the right order, and say which proposition matches the star) 母の誕生日に_____ _____ * _____贈った A. ...
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Translation feedback request

I'm redoing an older translation of mine and, within a part that I already find very difficult (ie, I don't know if my sense of context is correct), there's a line I can't get through. え〜 めんどくさいな〜 ...
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How to use '頭を下がる' or '頭が下がる' literally to indicate bowing?

According to my study material, '頭が下がる' means to be respect someone (especially for something so good, you cannot imitate it). Obviously it stems from the fact that lowering your head = bow=respect. ...
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What do you treat as an animate and inanimate object when counting?

In Japanese animate and inanimate objects are treated differently. For people: the verb exist いる is used the generic counter (一{ひと}つ, 二{ふた}つ, 三{みっ}つ, ...) cannot be used the specific counter (一{ひと}人{...
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Particle は seems like it should be を in this sentence

So I'm translating this song (https://www5.atwiki.jp/hmiku/pages/31606.html) and the particle usage in a line confused me: チョコレート中毒さ それはもう大変な (this is just for context) Chocolate poisoning, it's ...
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Why does the causative verb “昂らせる” take “感情” as an object in this sentence

I've stumbled across this sentence, "怒りのあまりに感情を昂らせてしまうと涙が出てしまいます", and can't for the life of me understand why 感情 is marked with を since (a) 感情 can't be the subject (doer) of a causative verb (it's a ...