Help with some Japanese common knowledge.
  • When a word in japanese is used, there's an extra character coupled beside it to give that word more meaning, for example 私は just means I, but 私の means my something. I'm clear on ha and no, but others like ni, mo, etc. I'm not sure about. Can someone give me a rundown of what those attachment characters are used for?
  • watashi no My
    Watashi mo Me too
    Watashi ni For me (and many more meanings)

    The above link is pretty useful
  • even I am searching for some thing which can provide the exact and easy knowledge of Japanese.

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