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Struggling there with the “forbidden by the company” が・に particles. I think I might have gotten it right? I mean to say my company prohibits me (and all employees) from driving in Japan, by our own rule. But I don’t want to imply that for some reason the government refuses to let people from the company drive a car.
に sounds better this time, but you can clarify it better with によって.
If some action within your company is forbidden, I’d chose で as its emphasized version では.
It’s the rule within your company, so you could also say:
うちの会社では、日本でうんてんすることがきんじられています。 as well.
うんてん: to drive
まなぶ: to study, まなんでいる: be studying
This is also correct
It’s more common to say 車の運転(うんてん)を than 運転(うんてん)することを though. I don’t know why.
It’s also common to say 教習所(きょうしゅうじょ)に通(かよ)っています meaning “I go to a driving school,” and then it implies that you are learning how to drive a car.
I’m a bit confused on the use of できる here. Well, I’m confused about a lot of things, but let’s just pick one.
うんてんする = to drive?
する (to do) --> できる (can do)
But not うんてんできる? I’m not understanding the function of が there.