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16 May 09:20 PM

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I recently learned that the は actually marks the topic of the sentence. Therefore, I conclude that for a topic marking は, there can only be one in a sentence. I came up with an example and it confused me:

明日は、私は日本に行きます。Tomorrow, I will go to Japan.
In this sentence, I cannot tell what the topic is, whether it's 明日 or 私, so is this sentence correct?

明日は、私が日本に行きます。Tomorrow, I will go to Japan.
I think this sentence makes more sense because it has a clear topic(明日)、 and a clear subject(私).

I am just really confused about whether or not the first sentence is correct since it has two topics.

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