"I came to Japan last month."
Did they update they app? now I'm able to hear the audio for exercises like this one :) great work if that is so
Is there a difference in meaning between
Or is it just unnecessary to indicate the first に as a time marker particle?
Thanks in advance
I believe ni would never follow a word suffixes like "shu" or "kon". Ni is used for more specific times such as Sunday, March, or 1:30.
Is it wrong to say 先月は？
I entered 先月は日本に来ました and sure enough it came back as wrong answer.
I got the same problem. I reported. 先月は should not be wrong.
先月は日本に来ました。-> 先月 is the topic (indicated by は), so you're highlighting that it was last month you came to Japan ("When did you come to Japan?" -> "I came to Japan last month.")
先月,日本に来ました。-> Here, the fact that you came to Japan is more highlighted, and the time you did so (last month) is only extra information. ("Where are you on holiday?" -> "I came to Japan last month.")
(Came up with examples on the fly, don't hate.)
へ is used as a particle to show general direction. So this sentence would most closely be translated to "I came towards Japan" (but Japan might not necessarily be where you ended up...)
Just so you guys know, the app accepts 来た in place of 来ました. It's the informal form. I did it by accident :p
there were no tiles to enter correct answer in the word bank. specifically, the した was missing