I'm reading this article and I have come across this sentence and I'm wondering why が is used instead of を. What's the reason am I missing here?
On the 11th, ...
In the trailer of the game-based anime Satsuriku no Tenshi, at 1:08 Rachel (the blonde little girl) says "私を殺して“. Now, as for my limited japanese, I would think that she says "I'll kill you", because ...
[today][by senpai][2 times were adviced/warned]??? does this make any sense?
Shouldn't it be rather:
[today][by senpai][2 times （I/He/She..etc) were adviced/warned]?...
I had a sentence like below
I know the first「を」use for but the second one I didn't when to used that pattern.
Could somebody explain the second「を」use for?...