Questions tagged [particle-の]

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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When can “AのB” be digested down to “AB”? [duplicate]

I sometimes see things like "野の風" be digested down into "野風" or "空の色" into "空色" both while retaining their meanings. When is this allowed to happen? What registers of speech? What sorta relationships? ...
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「ので」のように、「のに」も略せますか?

「ので」が略せるように、接続助詞の「のに」も略せますか? 「ので」が「んで」か、「なんで」か、「なので」になれるなら、 「のに」も「んに」とか、「なんに」とか、「なのに」になれますか? これを思えば、そうですか? また、私の日本語がよくなかったら、すみません!
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How is 「の」 used in 終わりのない? [duplicate]

I understand that 「の」 can be used to indicate possession or to change a noun to a modifier for another noun. But neither of those seems to be the case here. What usage of 「の」 is being used here?
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When can adjectives be used with the particle “no”?

Some adjectives are used like this: "tsugi no sekai" (next world) "kiiro no kuruma" (yellow car) and others are used liked this: "Kawaī kuruma". Though kiiro can also be used thus: "kiiroi kuruma"....
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How do you use の as a de-facto が particle?

Apparently の can be used as a de-facto が particle. Now this sorta makes sense as in Japanese the line between something defining scope (A は/が B), and some defining association (A の B), is vary thin. ...
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Questions about particles 「など」 and 「の」

I have came across the below sentence from Nintendo 3DS instruction manual explaining about restriction of using credit card. ニンテンドーeショップなどでのクレジットカードの使用や、商品-サービスの購入などを制限します。 For the first 「など」, I ...
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“私が知っている人” or “私の知っている人”?

I have been reading What's the difference between wa (は) and ga (が)? In the "contrastive wa" section, there is this example sentence: わたしが知っている人はパーティーに来ませんでした。 As 7600+ people have read that ...
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今年の春休み - Optional usage of の

I know Google Translate is not always your best friend when it comes to Japanese, but when trying to compare what I'm understanding of my lessons and what I find in guide samples I'm a bit confused ...
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Using な and の interchangeably?

Using them as descriptors, can they be interchanged? E.g. 親切な人 vs 親切の人 Is の only acceptable if referring to a specific new person from a certain place that has been established earlier in the ...
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When do you use の to join nouns and colours/adjectives?

When do you use の to join nouns and colours? I know that green pencil is 緑{みどり}の鉛筆 【えんぴつ】but I'm not sure if it's the same for other colours or adjectives.
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の or は, which particle would be a better choice in this sentence?

才能がないことはないけど、私(の or は)才能があまりすごくない。 "It's not that I don't have talent, but my talents aren't very cool." Which particle would be more acceptable? I ask this because in Japanese there are phrases ...
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adjective pronominalization with の

大きいのはいくらですか。  きれいなのを買いました。 I found those phrases here. From my understanding these mean: 大きいの = the ones that are big きれいなの = the one that is pretty | the ones that are pretty Am I right? I ...
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Can のreplace ですか when asking a question?

I recently encountered a situation when のwas used and want to know if either of the terms can be used interchangeably. Thank you.
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What is the difference between “Doko de benkyou shiteiru no desu ka?” and “Doko de benkyou benkyo shiteimasu ka?”

In Japanese, what is the difference between "Doko de benkyou shiteiru no desu ka?" (どこ で べんきょう している の です か?) and "Doko de benkyou benkyo shiteimasu ka?" (どこ で べんきょう べんきょ していますか?) How does the ...
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What does モンスター娘のいる日常 mean? [duplicate]

I can understand モンスター娘 and 日常, but I can't understand モンスター娘のいる.
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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 does のか mean in this sentence? [duplicate]

In this sentence: ドアの音に驚いたのか、軽く上体がかしいだ a door opens, and there is a character, whose upper body is slightly bent forward, startled by the door's sound. I think の just nominalize ドアの音に驚いた, but I'm ...
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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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の possessive with multiple possessors [duplicate]

What is the correct way to use possessive の with more than one possessor? For example, if I wanted to say "Me and my girlfriend's house" would it be 「僕と彼女の家」? It seems right but to me I feel like this ...
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What does the conjugations of んだ do?

I have recently reached the の particle in my grammar book and it really confused me. Question #1: When we attach の to a verb clause like this, 毎日勉強するの大変 does it mean I'm talking about the act of ...
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Where does the 'no' come from in tsukuru(no)? Is it a particle or part to tsukuru [duplicate]

So i'm trying to figure this out why you put a の with a 作る(to make)...i.e. mary さんはすしをつくるのがへだです...
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Translation of Hosutofamiri- no Minasan (ホストファミリーのみなさん)

It's either: Host family of everyone's Host family of your's (I got this from Google Translator) This is from Mirai Book 5.