Place separated from both the speaker and the listener
Part of Speech
- あそこの店はいい。That store over there is good. (Not near the speaker or listener)
- あそこは嫌だ。I don't like that place. (Not near the speaker or listener)
- あそこも暑い。That place over there is hot too. (That place mentioned earlier, for a place that both the speaker and listener have been)
That place over there is good.
That place over there is also fun.
That place and that place over there.
That place over there is spacious.
The store over there.
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あそこ – Grammar Discussion
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I have been doing the grammar exercises and am unsure what the difference between あそこの店 (that shop over there) and あの店 (I think also translated as that hope over there)? Although maybe they are effectively the same!
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