Breaking Asa into 2 words is, again, very unnatural.
朝に顔を洗います ＜－ can I use に instead of は？
Seconding this question
It was the correct answer.2020.05.18(日）
I thought あさ, being a time word, didn't necessarily need a particle, so I gave the topic particle to かお, resulting in あさかおはあらいます。Is that wrong? I'm willing to accept that I'm just being dumb and wrong, but just wanted to see what you guys think.
は is a subject marking particle (i.e. the thing doing the action). I didn't include it after the time marker and it was correct.
The problem is that かお is the object of this verb (i.e. the thing affected by the action), therefore を is required.
Wa clues you in that whatever follows it tells you something about what precedes it - often the subject of the verb, but not always. Best not to think of it as a subject marking particle.
Looks like the Kanji police strike again.
Hi. Is there a difference between:
かおをあさあらいます。 and あさはかおをあらいます。
あさ should be one word.
Pretty sure to his should be accepted