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助詞「の」. Genitive case particle showing relationships between two nouns, such as possession. Also used for apposition (同格), to indicate subjects in relative clauses, and as a nominalizing particle (準体助詞).

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Why is there a の in this sentence (ほうのにする)?

じゃあ、最初に見たほうのにします. This is a relatively easy sentence yet I can't seem to understand the purpose of the の here. This is said after choosing a product.
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Does the order matter when applying multiple modifiers to one noun with the の particle?

My example:「現在の私の日本語」 vs 「私の現在の日本語」? Since both 「現在」 and 「私」 are intended as modifiers of 「日本語」, at least by the rules I am aware of, either order would be fine. Though I could see the latter being ...
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Why isn't の used after 上で here?

雪国に暮らす上で大変なことは、毎日の雪かきです。 In this phrase why didn't we use の particle after 上で?
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As sentence-ending feminine particles, what is the difference between の and わ?

So according to Denshi Jisho, it says the following on these two particles: の: Indicates emotional emphasis. わ: Indicates emotion or admiration. Those definitions sound similar. But there must be a ...
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Is ん an abbreviation of の here?

The Yomiuri had this sentence recently: こんだけ土【つち】のついた野菜【やさい】触【さわ】ったん、初【はじ】めてですわ I've never touched a vegetable with so much dirt on it before. I have been told that ん can be an abbreviation of の, ...
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Is はの even possible?

I found this sentence on jisho.org: 税制改革はの圧力が高まっている The pressure for tax reform is growing. And I'm wondering if this is a typo. Having both は and の together somehow sounds a bit odd to me. I would ...
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Is there an actual difference in meaning or nuance between 私達の世話をする and 私達を世話する?

I have seen this pattern where を is replaced by の in many sentences that use a する verb. I got used to this construction by exposure and it has started to look less clunky and more natural to me, but ...
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よう - Nayou & Noyou

For よう, why do we prepend な for Na-adjectives, and の for regular nouns? Is there a logical understanding behind this from like a Japanese perspective? I feel as though since they're both technically ...
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use of の in this sentence

I still have some trouble with the の particle sometimes. I'm doing my Bunpro reviews rn and he translation gives me sth like "the one that..." I didn't quite understand the exact concept behind this ...
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の replacing が in subordinate clauses

I've read in this article that の can replace が when used in a subordinate clause. For example, 耳が長いエルフ is the same as 耳の長いエルフ, evidently. However, this article doesn't describe any difference in ...
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NO adjectives list or complete explanation

how can i distinguish between no adjectives and noun? particularly, No adjectives are joined with a ni particles, Is there any full list or something to remember about them ?
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What is the difference between を vs の in 何を勉強します and 何の勉強します?

What is the difference between を vs の in 何を勉強します and 何の勉強します ? I noticed in sentences both variants. And I wonder which of them more properly or in which case they are should be used? P.S.Neither ...
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