Another big flaw was the use of を (object particle "o") in sentences with たいです (-tai desu). One thing that was drilled into my head in class was never use を with たいです. Even though it's the object, you have to use が (ga).
doitsu de daigakuin o shitai desu. (X)
doitsu de daigakuin ga shitai desu. (O)
I want to do grad school in Germany.
BobMaster0 wrote:First of all, I'd like to note that using ～を～たい is not only just fine to use, but is actually preferable to using が.
IkimashoZ wrote:Also, if I were to continue lessons here, I would definately start introducing kana and kanji. You can't learn the language well without them.
BobMaster0 wrote:My information came from a native speaker and she said pretty much the same thing the Dictionary of Basic Japanese grammar says.
IkimashoZ wrote:Let me know what you think.
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