Today I am going to share the Q&A quoted from my JLPT N5 course!
What’s the difference between うんどうする and うんどうをする?
When should we put を?
うんどうする is one word, and うんどうをする is a sentence.
うんどうする; a verb
The two versions technically mean the same thing.
Using を you can mark a noun(うんどう) as the direct object of する.
It little more emphasis on the object not on the doing itself.
It is “exercise” that I do. It is not the other.
We should use both depending on the situation.
I hope my answer helps you.😊
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