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50 Japanese Particles


(wa): Indicates the topic of a sentence
(ka): Placed at the end of a sentence to indicate a question
(ga): Indicates the subject of a sentence
(ni): Indicates a location
(no): Indicates possession
(wa): Indicates a contrast between 2 items
(ni): Indicates time or frequency
(e): Indicates direction 
(wo/o): Indicates the direct object of a verb
(to): Used to connect and list up multiple items
(ya): Used to connect and partially list up multiple items
など (nado): Used with (ya) to partially list up multiple items
(mo): means “too”, “either”, “also”
(mo): both…and…, neither…nor… 
(ni): Indicates the indirect object of a verb
(ni): Indicates the surface of a object where some action takes place (de): Indicates the location of an action
(to): "Together with",
(no): Indicates an apposition
から (kara): Indicates a starting point in time or place
より (yori): Indicates a starting point in time or place but more formal than から (kara) 
まで (made): Indicates a limit on time, space or quantity
くらい (kurai): Indicates an approximate amount
ほど (hodo): Indicates an approximate amount
ばかり (bakari): Indicates an approximate amount 
(de): Indicates a means or material
(ka): Indicates a choice or alternative
(wo/o): Indicates a point of departure 
(wo/o): Indicates a route of a movement/motion
(ni): Indicates a point of arrival
(ni): Indicates an entering motion
(ni): Used together with a verb to express a purpose
(to): Used when quoting someone 
と いう (to iu): Indicates the name of something
とか (toka): “something like”
(de): Indicates a limit or scope
(to): Indicates a comparison
より (yori): Indicates a comparison
より (yori): Indicates superlative
くらい (kurai): Indicates a comparison
ほど (hodo): Indicates a comparison in a negative sentence 
(ka): someone, something
(mo): “nothing”, nobody”, nowhere” if used with an interrogative word
(ni): Used with a verb to indicate a change or choice
をする (wo/o suru): Expresses an occupation or position
でも (demo): Indicates emphasis
でも (demo): Together with an interrogative word it means “anything”, “anyone”, any time” 
(de): Indicates a cause or a reason
から (kara): Indicates a source such as a giver, a cause or material
(ni): Indicates a person who gives something or who provides a service

Our eyes met… What a strange feeling…”