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A signpost at the Imperial Park, Meiji Shrine, Tokyo

In this post, we would like to review with you particles which come after a noun. Here are eleven particles, and we will mention their related verbs whenever it is relevant. The reason for mentioning the verbs is, if you look at particles through their relations to verbs, it will be very easy to remember and use them with confidence.

(When you review by yourself, you can start anywhere.)

Each explanation on a particle has a couple of parts: (1) “In short”, a quick reminder of what it is, (2) “A bit more” for more explanations or reminders, and some have (3) a “Bonus” for relevant knowledge from a more advanced level. If you are reviewing quickly for your exam or something, you can skip this part.

Particles and Their Related Verbs

  1. => wa は
  2. => no の
  3. => e へ
  4. => ni に
  5. => to と
  6. => de で
  7. => o を
  8. kara から [Link is coming soon]
  9. made まで[Link is coming soon]
  10. ga が [Link is coming soon]
  11. yori より[Link is coming soon]

Reference: => Verb Grouping for Particles

We will use the following terms in this post. You may have a good guess by reading this post but we recommend you to refer to => Verb Grouping for Particles for actual verb lists.

  1. The Verbs of Existing
  2. The Verbs of Giving
  3. The Verbs of Receiving
  4. The Verbs of Moving in One Direction
  5. The Verbs of Occurring at One Place
  6. The Verbs of Moving About The Verbs of Leaving a Place

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