Japanese 181 - The subject particle が revisited

As mentioned earlier, the particle is used when the subject is a piece of new information. This causes the following two sentences to be different.

The rain is falling.As for the rain, it's falling
あめ は って います。ame wa futte imasu.
It's raining.
あめ が って います。ame ga futte imasu.
The rain is new information, so we use the particle が

In the first sentence, the rain is the topic, already known to the speaker and the listener. In the second sentence the rain is a new piece of information.

Then look at the sentences below. In the sentences using , the subject is not new information. In the sentences using , the subject is new information.

It's possible for the particle to appear in a sentence multiple times.