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What is the difference between を and が?

Sometimes both of them may be put at the same place. For examples:

私は君を好きです。
私は君が好きです。

It seems が sticked to the object, but sometimes が sticked to the subject. For example:

あの犬が走ている。

So how can I differentiate が and を?
And how can I recognise the word before が is subject or object?

Thanks guys.

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What is the difference between を and が?

Sometimes both of them may be put at the same place. For examples:

私は君を好きです。
私は君が好きです。

It seems が sticked to the object, but sometimes が sticked to the subject. For example:

あの犬が走ている。

So how can I differentiate が and を?
And how can I recognise the word before が is subject or object?

Thanks guys.
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