1 Reply ・ Started by Motus at 2020-08-28 13:54:55 UTC ・ Last reply by Rapid at 2020-09-15 12:52:09 UTC の and で particle Was reading a jap fable and there was that sentence: つち で できたつぼ と どう の つぼ が、かわ を ながされて いきました. First time で was used to mark that is was made out of clay and second time の to mark the copper respectively. So i don' get the reason for the that Can someone explain me pls. Rapid at 2020-09-15 12:52:09 UTC つちでできたつぼ implies it was made with clay. Dekiru is a verb in the past sense here, and verbs can be used as adjectives, while で means "with".... And then the other is like... pot OF copper... どうのつぼ... posessive particle. Unsure if this explanation is clear but hope it helped a little. Log in to reply.