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The ultimate answer to your question is "Japanese is different from English". I understand you want a reason, but there may not be a good reason. Some English transitive verbs are translated using a Japanese intransitive verb, and vice versa. For each verb, you have to remember the correct particle, one by one. Intransitive in English, Transitive in ...


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I suppose the one sentence answer is that 合格する is an intransitive verb and so it cannot use を to indicate the object. There's two things to note here I think: する-verbs can be either intransitive, transitive, or both. Only transitive verbs can use the direct object marker を. 合格 (intransitive) 検索{けんさく} (transitive): 索引{さくいん}で関係事項{かんけいじこう}を検索する (...


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