using "no" in relation to description, i.e. "university teacher"

Asked 5 years ago


so i just read the "no", it's mine, lesson and took the drill and i'm a little perplexed.  my confusion lies, in particular, w/the description of "uniuversity teacher".  in the leasson, the example is structured thusly:  daigaku no sensei -

but  the question in the drill looked like this:  sensei ____  daigaku.  the particle options are as follows;  yo, ha, no, ne, and wo...i believe. anyway, i got the question right by aswering "no", but it just doesn't make sense according to the lesson. i'm thiking the translation is supposed to be a "teacher at university", but i just don't know... 


could some kind soul explain what the aswer should be.


arigato :-)

You are absolutely right. I can't believe I didn't see that!! haha

Commented 5 years ago

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Hi raynee-san!

You're totally right!  That question in the drill must be a mistake. 

I'll take a look and fix it as soon as possible.

Thank you so much for your question!

Answered 5 years ago