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In japanese the particle ga が is used to identify the subject of a sentence. It is also used to identify a new subject that is not known to both speakers. It is also used to mark questions words such as dare.

Dare ga kimasu ka?
Who is coming?
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This English Japanese dictionary was created in 2004 to help all those people wishing to learn the Japanese language which is spoken by 130 million people. The dictionary translates Japanese into romaji, and the japanese scripts kanji, hiragana and katakana.

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Useful resources

Jim Breen's Japanese Page
Perhaps the largest collection of japanese word translations online.

Japanese Language Training for English Speakers in HK Useful resource for English and American expats living in Hong Kong who wish to learn japanese.
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