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ga vs. ha in this context 2017/9/6 10:58
おじいさん が 山(やま) へ 木(き) を きり に いけば、
おばあさん は 川(かわ) へ せんたく に でかけます。

I read this children stories on the Internet and I came across this sentence which involves the use of が and は. My question is why the first part of uses が and the second part uses は。Is it because of いけ which is a potential form or いけば which is a conditional form? Moreover, why is the latter part uses は any explanation?
by Black Joker  

Re: が VS は in this context 2017/9/6 19:26
Grandfather turned the lawn to the mountain,
Grandmother went to the river to do the laundry
I remember this way.
" went(行きました)" is a repetitive word, so I omitted it the first time.
After "は" is a noun or adjective followed by.
It seems that the verb will follow after "が".
There are cases where this is reversed.
It seems to be used to identify something then.
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Re: ga vs. ha in this context 2017/9/10 09:06
You need to add "if, as, when, or while" as the condition by "ikeba" ending in the first sentence, followed by the next sentence.
If, As, When, While I do this, you do that.
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