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I have a question about Basic Lesson 19. What is the difference between nai-form and masu-form? And I also don't understand the grouping of Japanese verbs?
Dear sir, I have great difficulty in determining onyomi and kunyomi of each and every kanji. The only thing was to memorize them but it takes too long
The polite imperative-form is te-form + kudasai and the negative is te-form + dekudasai. But when I want to say Do that! or Don't do that! I would prefer
Reply: Hi Shiela, This is a question which I don't think can be replied completely and clearly in a single page. However, I will try to give you a general
Can you explain sokuon and long vowels (chouon) in a kind of different way? They confused me and I don't know what they mean. Hi Briam, 促音 (sokuon) 促音
Hello! First of all, thank you very much for your lessons, it took me ages to find such amazing and free lessons without any pay-for-more-info-parts.
Learn te ageru, te morau and te kureru with many examples to show how giving and receiving of actions works. Learn also what particles are used in those examples.
Japanese verbs for give and receive ageru, morau and kureru can also be used to show giving and receiving of actions (deeds) by changing the action verbs to te-form followed by ageru, morau or kureru.
noni (のに) is used when what is stated in the second sentence runs contrary to what is expected from the first sentence. It delivers speaker's surprising or unsatisfied feeling.
Learn how to use te-form of Verbs or Adjectives as the cause or reason that produces a consequence. The consequence can be an emotional feeling or a state.
V1 て-form から、V2 (After) vs V1 た-form ら、 V2 (After) A. 家へ帰ったら、すぐシャワーを浴びる。 I will take a shower soon after I return home. B. 国へ帰ってから、父の会社で働く。 I will work
I saw you use 調子 in the sentence 体の調子が悪いとき、医者へ行きます to mean When I am not feeling well, I visit the doctor. By that I'm guessing that 調子 means feeling,
For example, when conjugating verbs, I somewhat get confused & I'm often corrected by others that I use the rude form of a verb. Right now I'm learning
A review of Japanese learning software - how Rocket Japanese makes it easy to learn to speak perfect Japanese, anytime, anywhere.
It seems like tondemonai has several meanings as I always heard Japanese said that in different situations in the drama. I am quite confused when to use
Hello again, I just wanted to say you all rock because I finally overcame learning Japanese in about 4 months O_o. I rushed it but it was worth it. I got
Japanese particle de (で) is sometimes used to indicate the cause or reason of an uncontrollable event.
Another function of たら tara sentence is the discovery of surprised or unexpected events after actions done in the past.
Learn Japanese demonstrative expression using そ (so) and あ (a) to refer to something that was mentioned in previous sentences.
Learn to use Japanese grammar くします (ku shimasu) and にします (ni shimasu) to 'make' something into a certain condition or state.