Today, we'll study how to talk about family members in Japanese. This can be confusing because there are multiple ways to say one thing depending on the context. Let’s learn them by category.
Today, we'll be focusing on the particles de and ni. As explained in Uki Uki Lesson 17, de is a particle that typically goes after a place word in Japanese. But what about ni, which is also common? If you're not sure of the difference, you may be confused and misuse these particles.
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