か or が and their usage

Hello there.
I was looking through some notes and got a question concerning usage of か and が particles.
As far as I know か is used at the end of interrogative sentences and が to mark the subject of a sentence.

The sentence:
私は大都市も好きです、長い一日働いた後は、のこりの日をしずかなかんきょうですごすのが良いです。

In the very first sentence, shouldn’t it be が instead of か?

I appreciate your help :pray:

Where did the sentence come from?

I wrote it myself, but it was long time ago, and it even got checked by a teacher.
My teacher often does not see all the mistakes so I wanted to make sure whether it was correct or not🙈

Well… I guess that solves that then. Yeah, が would make sense there and か doesn’t.

It’s a different が though, not the subject marker.

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Oh okay, thank you very much😊
If you have found any other mistakes please let me know :pray:

Is it the adnominal が ?

I’m not sure exactly what you mean by that. It’s the conjunction が (but, however, etc.)

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Oh okay, I confused it with something else.
Now it makes sense, thank you!

How did you learn the particles?

The most common way to learn basic grammar like this is through use of a beginner textbook. Genki is a popular textbook (I haven’t used it so I don’t know if it contains ḡa/kedo, but I’d be very surprised if it didn’t.) One alternative is to look things up in “A dictionary of basic japanese grammar”. This conjunction is also on Imabi.

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Thank you for you recommendations😊