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を + する question

Frido
Asked 1 week ago

 

Hello guys, in my japanese learning book, I found the formulation

お花見をする (おはなみをする)

and I've been wondering why there is the particle "wo", as it is not used in other cases such as

勉強する (べんきょうする).

However, both words are listed as "suru-verbs". Can someone please explain, why in one case, "wo" is used?

Thanks

 

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「お花見」is Noun clause.

「する」 meaning is 「do」.

 

「お花見をする」means 「I do it that Cherry-blossom viewing 」.

(In Japanese, the subject is often omitted.)

The Particle 「を」means 「←」. This indicates the direction in which the movement of the verb immediately after 「を」 affects.

 

「わたし(I)+は(The Particle 「は」 meaning is "Indicates that the previous noun is the subject" )」+「お花見(Cherry-blossom viewing) 」 ← 「する( "Verb" do)」。

 

「勉強する」meaning is 「study」.

「わたしは日本語を勉強する。」meaning is 「I study Japanese.」

I will try to disassemble it as above.

 

「わたし( I )+は(The Particle )+日本語("Noun" Japanese)←「勉強する( "Verb" study)」。

Minya
Answered 1 week ago