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はよ is a dialectal from of はやく (preserved in the standard language somewhat in お早う{おはよう}). The progression went はやく -> はやう -> はよう -> はよ. You'll see this kind of thing with other i-adjectives too, like よろしゅお願いします or よう聞け. 知らん!急いでるからはよ通せ。 = 知らない!急いでいるから早く通せ。 I don't care! We're in a hurry, so let us through already. (I say dialectal, but sometimes ...


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Final particles (ね, よ, な, さ) can be thrown in the middle of a sentence in conversation as if fillers. There are technically two types: follows the first word/chunk of the sentence それがね、本物のマツタケなんです That one, see, is the real matsutake. もしもね、ゾンビに襲われたら If, I mean if, you're attacked by zombies... It is used to emphasize and draw hearer's attention. This can ...


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This な is a masculine filler particle meaning nothing. If you know ね, さ or よ used like this, this な works the same way. Examples of filler-な: What is the にはな used for in the following sentence? Meaning of triple particle (?) のはな What do 「はな」 and 「いうとな」 mean? Also related: What does さあ (saa) mean? Use of さ as a filler Spaces in children's books


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In spoken Japanese, subject, object, and topic particles are dropped if context makes the role of each noun clear. 僕テーブル買った is fairly certain to be understood as "I bought a table" without the particles. In your sentence, even with a subject, no particle would appear between テーブル and です. テーブルです。 これテーブルです。 これはテーブルです。 could all be interpreted as &...


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As Leebo has mentioned, this is a relative clause. In other words, 色の薄いものと濃いものを両方使うときれいに見えます。 and 色が薄いものと濃いものを両方使うときれいに見えます。 pretty much mean the same thing. This is a good explanation of が and の usage.


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This もので is the continuative form of ものだ, and this ものだ is used to introduce a well-known fact or saying with a little bit of emotion. I think the first three usages explained in this answer are all somewhat relevant. This type of ものだ is commonly used especially with advice based on tradition, morals or experience. I don't think there is a perfect equivalent ...


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ロバ―トさんはお母さんは料理が上手と言ってました。 Your usage of は is perfectly fine. The quoted part is an embedded "sentence", so you don't have to worry about two は's. For the same reason, it's usually better to place だ between 上手 and と. お母さんは料理が上手 without だ is a little clumsy as a sentence (see だ抜き). ロバ―トさんはお母さんは料理が上手だと言ってました。 Robert said his mother is a good cook.


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In the title 『四月は君の嘘』, the 「は」 is the so-called "topic marker" in Japanese. It is a particle of speech that introduces the "topic of discourse", and is a fundamental element of Japanese grammar. In this sentence, it basically tells the listener that the context of "Your Lie" was "April". 「は」 is probably one of the first things you encounter when studying ...


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This article by 東山篤規 is exactly about this topic: 助詞「が」と「を」の置換性について ─文例と世代の比較─ The following table illustrates を is preferred by younger generations in some contexts. The dagger (†/‡) in the rightmost column indicates a statistically significant difference between the two generations. Roughly speaking, younger people tend to prefer を with できる,...


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A simple explanation about the difference between ところに/へ and ところで is that the former takes not only time but space aspect of an event into consideration. X ところで Y: Y at the same moment X happens X ところへ/に Y: Y at the same moment, same place X happens ふっとうしたところ(へ/で)とりにくを入れます Both will work in this example, because according to my common sense, it instructs ...


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A proper noun like 浅野君 is usually considered always in the discourse (i.e., there is no "an 浅野君"), but there are times when you have to use が for such a noun. This type of が used in the second sentence is called neutral-description ga. It is used to report something as a newly observed event. What's the difference between wa (は) and ga (が)? ...


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Your use of で is perfectly fine. 描画 is a suru-verb meaning "to draw" or "(an act of) drawing". It is more suitable for geometric or technical drawing, like what you make with a CAD tool, a graph tool or Adobe Illustrator. An artwork typically created with SAI is usually called an イラスト, 絵, etc. How about: ペイントツールSAIで初めて描いたイラスト ...


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