[Q&A] Can we use “を” twice in a sentence?
Today I am going to share the Q&A quoted from my JLPT N4 course!
Can we use “を” twice in a sentence?
It sounds incorrect…
Basically, we can’t use particle を twice for the same verb.
[noun]を[noun]を[verb] In this sentence, there is only one verb “する”.
So, you should change the sentence to;
[noun]を[verb] 掃除する is a verb.
[nounのnoun]を[verb] We can say 部屋の掃除 as a big noun.
If each を applies to a different verb, we can use を more than once in the same sentence.
I bought an apple and left the store.
I hope my answer helps you. 😊
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