Japanese 101 - Expressing Desire: Nouns

In the same way in which to like or dislike is expressed using adjectives in Japanese, to say that you want a thing (a noun) you use the adjective ほしい. Because ほしい is an adjective and not a verb, you use the subject particle after the desired object. Check out the example sentences below to see how ほしい is used in context.

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