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1. だれ "が" つくった。 2. だれ "の" つくった。whats the difference?

Both の and が were historically used as possessive markers. が specified for marking who an action figuratively "belonged to", transforming it into a marker for the grammatical subject -- the ...
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What's the difference: 「ワンさんがはたらいているびょういんはこうべ[に・が]あります」

In these sentences, the main verb is あります; then ワンさん が はたらいて いる びょういん is a topic marked with は. Finally, こうべ is either a grammatical subject marked with が, or a location marked with に. This verb ある (...
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Subject and particle in 彼は来ると思う

You can say 私は彼は来ると思う. In this case, 彼は来る is an independent sentence within a quote marked with と, so you don't have to worry about the "one は per sentence" rule. Both 私は and 彼は can be ...
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