ShadowSonic wrote:Er wow...pretty loaded question. Particle usage can vary quite widely depending on context.
So er....in what context do you want to see usages of these particles
To show where something is currently taking place and where something will take place. I always mix up ni and de.
Ni is also for time, right?
Okay. Now I remember."o" is pretty straightforward though - it denotes direct objects. For instance:
Pan o tabemashita.
In this case "o" acts as the particle showing that "pan" is the direct object in the sentence.