"This breakfast is delicious."
Can ignore the この as your implying that. So with or without shoild be acceptdx
kore means this kono means this something is noun... kore is reffering to point thing. while kono is describing.
Why before some adjectives is used the particle ga (like hot and cold) and in others wa (like this example)?
You can end sentences with an adjective like that, its just slightly more casual sounding. Make sure to say the desu if youre trying to be very polite
is it possible to end a sentence with a verb and no ます?
Example: 私は猫が欲しい or would it not be accepted?
Why do I have to use は, not を, here? I am still unable to tell the difference.