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私は日本に行ったことがある。 I have been to Japan. In this sentence, 私 is the topic of the entire sentence, and it's not in any relative clause. (Very literally: "As for me, a having-gone-to-Japan [fact] exists.") Structurally, this is yet another "double-subject" sentence (Aは + Bが + predicate) such as 彼は背が高い, 今日は仕事がある or このレストランは料理が美味しい. Naturally, 私 ...


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How will the following sentence be written using intransitive verb. うちの前に高いビルを建てました。 The sentence literally means "(Someone) built a tall building in front of my house." It's missing the subject. To use an intransitive verb, you can say: うちの前に高いビルが建ちました。 "A tall building was built in front of my house." 建てる is transitive, and 建つ is ...


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Because 咲く is an intransitive verb. Intransitive verbs don't take an object. を is an object marker. ~を咲かせる means "to make ~ bloom". It is causative.


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