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Reply: Hi Pinillos Elka, I have previously answered a similar question on how to use Verb te-form shimaimashita. Over here, I will answer it in more
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,
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
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
I don't really know where I'm at right now, but I'm guessing it's between advanced beginner or beginner intermediate. But I would like to know for sure.
I was at a Japanese book store and the store clerk was helping me look for the book for a while. I felt bad and told her けっこう, as in she didn't have to
Hi, How to plan a good study time table ? How many hour of study per day or week ? Thank you. Reply: Hi JE, while it's good to have a study time table
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
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
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