@kazandyholy Hi!! From what I understand お alone isn't used as it can be mistook for other words (for example を). I should stick to しっぽ, right? I'm sorry I still can't speak Japanese. I hope you'll understand!
Hi !! Mr,Crocuta. Thank you for return a message. I understand that you want to get a answer. Your question is ""what is the difference between お（尾）and を(in the sentence)."" Are you okey??
At first. 尾＝しっぽ this is parts of animals body. を of sound(pronounce) is WO. Very look like "O"... Please caution.do not the same. And "WO" means ...be,is,are etc verb and signature of object (I guess..)
<for example ...Japanese> わたしは、本 を 買った。watasiwa, hon wo katta. ( I bought the book.) Crocutaは、日本語 を話せる。Crocuta wa , eigo wo hanaseru.（Mr,Crocuta can speak Japanese)
Sorry ..very long sentence...and broken English See you ....please refer to it..
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