N5 Lesson 2: 7/9
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⚠ the last と is generally omitted.
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Particle meaning “and” that is used to join two or more nouns together.
と implies that the list is exhaustive, that is - complete and no elements have been omitted. If you want to list non-exhaustively use particle や instead.
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The Inclusive 「と」 particle
と as a conditional
Particles at / in / with に / で / と
The particle と
Genki I : Page 81
Genki I 2nd Edition : Page 113
みんなの日本語 I : Page 32 [CH 4]
[DBJG] A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar : Page 473 & 476
Tae Kim's Japanese Grammar Guide : Page 68
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