How to say to be subject to in Japanese
- I quietly take out my camera, so as not to be noticed by my photographic subject, and peek through the finder.
- The "subject" is the person or object to carry out the action in the sentence. Transformed to Japanese it would be the part that end in "wa" or "ga".
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