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Both are grammatical, and it's a matter of preference to a certain degree. Generally speaking, が/を at the end of an embedded question before a verb is usually omitted unless you want to emphasize the embedded question. リンゴマークがあるか(を)確認します。 彼女がどこにいるか(が)分かりません。 ハートマークではなくリンゴマークがあるかを確認してください。 どうやるのかではなく、なぜやるのかが分かりません。 What I don't understand is why ...


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To answer your question, only をしている is correct and がしている is wrong in this example. Actually, those two are confusingly similar but unrelated. What the verb する means in the two idioms are different things. がする → to strike the (i.e. your) sensation をする → to wear some (persistent) traits がする is to describe an ephemeral sense (stimulus) that can appear and ...


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