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I read that に is used for indicating places of existence, target recipient [of something], the occasion, or the source of receiving an item. (There may be some I have missed.) I also read that を is for objects of a transitive verb (meaning a verb that needs something to receive the action it indicates). If I remember or know correctly, の is used before a ...


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So in Japanese, the way 興味がある is used when saying you have an interest in something is usually with に. Nに興味がある as in "I have an interest in N." Of course, you may also use は and が, but in like Intro to Japanese classes, に is the "proper" way to connect a noun and 興味がある. PS. I use the term proper to mean "this is the way they taught us and if we used a ...


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