koto or no?

futaro

Senior Member
France
We can say:

"hitori de sanpoo suru no ga daisuki desu."

but is it possible to say:
"Hitori de sanpoo suru koto ga daisuki desu". ?

I don´t see if there is a difference between "no" and "koto" and in the affirmative case, which it is.

Thank you for you answer.
 
  • toscairn

    Banned
    Japan
    erick said:
    Hi Futaro, to my ear they both sound ok but "no" probably flows better.
    一人で散歩するのが 大好きです。
    Si, eso es, erick. "no" es mas colloquial que "koto."
     
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