Japanese Grammar Lesson 11: The Particle と (to)

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Japanese Grammar Lesson 11: The Particle と (to) – Review Notes

Today we learned how to use the Japanese particle と (to) to say and or with. In this review, we will talk about some other uses of the particle

Japanese Grammar Lesson 12: に and へ

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Japanese Grammar Lesson 12: Destination Particles に (ni) and へ (e) – Review Notes

Today we learned how to use the Japanese particles に (ni) and へ (e) to indicate destination or direction. In this review, we will go over

Japanese Grammar – Time Particle ni (に)

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Japanese Grammar Lesson 13: Time Particle ni () – Review Notes

Today we learned how to use the Japanese particle に (ni) to indicate a specific point in time. In this review, we will go over what

Japanese Grammar: Verbs Imasu & Arimasu

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Japanese Grammar: Verbs “imasu” and “arimasu” – Review Notes

Today we learned two ways to show existence in Japanese using the verbs arimasu (for non-living things) and imasu (for living things). But what about dead things, robots, and plants?!? Do

Japanese Grammar – Japanese Adjectives

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Japanese Grammar: Japanese Adjectives – Review Notes

Today we learned about the two types of Japanese adjectives. Adjectives are an important part of learning Japanese because they are used to describe things!

These notes will explain more about today’s grammar

Japanese Grammar – Particles wa and ga

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Japanese Grammar: Japanese Particles wa (は) and ga (が) – Review Notes

Today we learned some of the ways to use the Japanese particles, wa (は) and ga (が). But there are still more ways to use these particles!

Japanese Sentence ending Particles よ, ね

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Japanese Sentence Ending Particles yo (よ) and ne (ね) – Review Notes

Today we learned about the Japanese sentence ending particles, yo (よ) and ne (ね). We learned that sentence ending particles are used to indicate the speaker’s assumption,

Japanese Grammar – Extending an Invitation

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Japanese Grammar: Extending an Invitation using 〜ませんか – Review Notes

Today we learned how to extend an invitation in Japanese using the negative question form of the verb 〜ませんか (~masen ka).

If you haven’t learned about the negative form of

Japanese Particle ni – Indicating Purpose

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Japanese Grammar: Using the Particle ni () to indicate purpose – Review Notes

Today we learned how to use the Japanese particle に (ni) to indicate the purpose for going somewhere. In this review, we will go

Japanese Grammar – Likes and Dislikes

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Japanese Grammar: Expressing Likes and Dislikes in Japanese – Review Notes

Today we learned how to express likes and dislikes in Japanese using 好き (suki) and 嫌い (kirai). In this review, we will go over what we learned in today’s

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