When to use が instead of は

Thank you for your explanation! I guess its something I’ll just have to get used to, it seems like it would be really difficult to use thought while speaking. This explanation did make a few things clear to me though so thank you.

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Not to mention that Korean language has two numeral systems: the Chinese one (일, 이, 삼, 사…) and the Korean one (하나, 둘, 셋, 넷…). Both are used quite extensively, depending on the situation, and sometimes mixed with each other (for example hour and minute)

Compare this with Japanese numerals where the native Japanese system (ひとつ、ふたつ、みっつ、よっつ…) is only used for counting things, days, and people. And even then only in a limited way.

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