質問! 「の」と「が」の差

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Jan 25, 2009 05:47
質問! 「の」と「が」の差

So no and ga have been bothering me. My hypothesis (lol?) is that there are instances where they are interexchangable and the only reason の is "chosen" is because there is a が later in the sentence so it makes it easier to digest/follow? Example:  __の__が Instead of __が__が (hard to explain my thoughts) Maybe this goes with making the focus on the object after the "no" rather than the subject/person the "no". If you do "ga" instead the focus is on the person instead of the object?

Another guess is that の sounds more literary?

example I came across form watching drama. I guess this helps me see the difference to an extent but I really want a more detailed explanation.

OO =まるまる

OO の読んでいる 本が好きだ。
OO の歩いている 道が好きだ。
OO が いる 屋上が好きだ。
OO のいる ところは全部好きだ。