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This が is used to introduce a new thing into the discourse. It's one of the most basic functions of が, and I believe you have learned it before. It roughly corresponds to "a" as in "a good restaurant". See: What's the difference between wa (は) and ga (が)? Would は be indicating a contrast? The sentence in question has nothing to do with a contrast. It'...


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They don't always come in pairs or obey the patterns, you can learn/study about transitive intransitive verbs with Japanese Verbs Transitive Intransitive - TaJi - 他自 *I am the developer of the app.


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