〜を [〜を] (wo)
Meaning: 'object marker' (also shown as 'o') 目的
Example: That [←marked by object marker] please.
JLPT Level: 4
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|を follows a noun or place. It indicates that that noun is the direct object of the verb, that the place is the place of departure, or that the place was passed through.|
を is romanized as "wo" or "o".
Amatuka said this below.
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|Amatuka||Note : The object marker を is said 'o' but may be written as either 'wo' or 'o' depending on romaji system used.|| |
|Amatuka||The three uses of を wo are |
1. objective / target (目的)
2. area passed through (通過点)
3. departure point (出発点)
|Amatuka||を is used to mark a noun or noun phrase.|
N = noun.
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