There are two types of adjectives in Japanese. Continue Reading
Learn how to tell which type an adjective is, since you need different grammatical rules to use them.
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“Ikemasen” “Dame” or “Narimasen” are the expressions for “it would be no good”. How are they different? Continue Reading
Originally posted: March 7, 2019 Updated last: June 4, 2023
How do you say “and” in Japanese? In this post, we organized the various ways to express it in a spreadsheet. Continue Reading
We will review the main functions of the particle “o”. It will be interesting to people at beginning through intermediate levels. Continue Reading
Suppose you are in Tokyo. You are writing a postcard. How do you say “I am visiting Tokyo!” in Japanese? We will explain here! Continue Reading
Have you learned the grammar of “…te imasu” yet? There are several meanings with the popular “…te imasu” sentence ending. In these two posts, we will tell you important things about it regardless of your level. Continue Reading
“De” has a couple of functions. One of them is to present a reason. For example, you can say this: “I can’t eat crustaceans because of my allergy.” This is a sentence a student wanted to learn first when he prepared for a vacation in Japan! / Continue Reading
Contents In short: The particle “to” (と) has two main functions A bit more on the particle “to” (と) Bonus… Continue Reading
Contents In short: The particle “ni” (に) has four main functions among many more A bit more on the four… Continue Reading
Table of Contents 1. In short: The particle “e” is a destination marker 2. A bit more …….(1) The spelling… Continue Reading