Discussion in '日本語 (Japanese)' started by shisuki, Apr 26, 2014.
hello .I really have some confuse when I use が and は....
The topic is too broad to explain. Please give examples and contexts.
If you are asking a general question, grammar books would explain it better. Look at sticky "Japanese Resources Suggestions" and you may find a good one in there.
What is the deffrents between thoes two example?
Like I said, please look up for a general question in the Japanese Resources sticky.
Here is one of them.
Aww, I think I misread your example a bit. Sorry about that.
You know there are students among the people you are talking to. And asking "who" are students. (Asking them directly.) In other words, you are looking for whoever that are students.
There are people you are talking to, and someone told you that one(or more) of them is a student. You are asking this someone to tell you who that is.
Wow ...your explain is so easy and can understand
Separate names with a comma.