Table of Contents In short: The particle “wa” (は) is a subject marker A bit more on the particle “wa”…Continue Reading
Originally intended for advanced beginner people preparing for N5 or N4, this review of particles has interesting and beneficial info for all levels!Continue Reading
Have you had trouble deciding which particle to use in your sentence?
Particles are often required by the sentence structure, which is decided by the verb.
Many verbs share the same structure, so we made some verb grouping for particles.
After reading this, you will be able to decide the particles more correctly and easily!
We will answer two very common questions on “A wa X ga Y”: (1) Difference between “Zoo no hana wa nagai” and “Zoo wa hana ga nagai” (2) “Subject” and “Topic”Continue Reading
“Watashi wa eiga ga suki desu” and a lot of other things can be said with this “A wa Y ga Z” sentence pattern. We will explain it with an image.Continue Reading
“Ikemasen”, “Dame desu” and “Narimasen”: How Are They Different? ルビつき和訳は英文の下に続きます。/ The Japanese translation with Ruby follows the English text. Contents…Continue Reading