Zanthan's Verbs http://www.zanthan.c......Verbs.html|
Zanthan's list of flashcard like Japanese verbs.
Yookoso Portal http://www.yookoso.com/|
Yookoso! is a portal for those who study Japanese language (Nihongo) and writing (Kanji) and those who want to travel to Japan or learn more about Japanese culture, life, music (JPOP) and more
Verbs: Saying What You Mean http://www.amazon.co......oding=utf8|
It has been said that Japanese is 80% verbs and their endings. Japanese Verbs: Saying What You Mean guides the student of Japanese through the verbs, along with their various forms and conjugations, in short, clear lessons.
Verbs at a Glance http://www.thejapans......glance.htm|
For beginning and intermediate students, a standard reference for conjugation and usage of Japanese verbs. Its concise coverage of verbs from four points of view - conjugation, usage, compound verbs and ....
Verbs at a Glance http://www.amazon.co......oding=utf8|
Amazon.com: Japanese Verbs at a Glance (Power Japanese Series) (Kodansha's Children's Classics): Books: Naoko Chino by Naoko Chino
Verbs and Essentials of Grammar http://search.barnes......0071435147|
Simplify your Japanese-language learning with this compact, yet comprehensive guide to verbs and grammar. Everything you need to know about Japanese sentence structure and its elements is right here in one helpful volume.
Verbs & Essential Grammar http://www.amazon.co......oding=utf8|
In one compact volume, Japanese Verbs Essentials of Grammar, Second Edition , offers an integrated beginner's guide to all major verbal and grammatical concepts of the Japanese language. This latest edition of the popular and accessible guide has been updated to include: Expanded vocabulary lists featuring common idiomatic phrases New examples of sentences and sentence structure
Verb Overview http://en.wikibooks.......mmar:Verbs|
Japanese verbs (doushi) incorporate or encode aspects of formality, tense or mood primarily in their ending.
Verb Info http://www.sf.airnet....../verb.html|
Japanese verbs discussed in an easy manner.
Verb Grammar http://www.nihongore......ctives.htm|
Japanese verbs come in two 'flavours'. While the classification varies, there tends to be a trend amongst universities to call them class-I verbs and class IIa/IIb verbs, so I shall for the while keep that distinction for consistency:
Verb Game http://www.quia.com/jg/68049.html|
Match the Japanese verbs with the corresponding English meanings. Gambatte kudasai.
Verb Conjugation Chart http://www.as.ua.edu......gation.htm|
"Direct style" is a term made up by an American linguist. It is a useful term to refer to when discussing grammar. Words (nouns, verbs or adjectives) in direct style are words in dictionary form or any conjugation other than masu forms. You can think of "direct" style as speaking without masu forms, which is
Verb Chart http://oasis.fortune......chart.html|
This chart lists the possible ways to conjugate verbs. Base 3 is the form that verbs are in when you read them in the dictionary. The Example column is the dictionary form of the verbs.
Verb Base Forms http://www.wvup.edu/......0FORMS.htm|
All verb base forms listed with examples.
Tuttle Complete Verb Guide http://www.powells.c......0481564x-6|
Powell's Books is the largest independent used and new bookstore in the world. We carry an extensive collection of out of print rare, and technical titles as well as many other new and used books in every field.
The BEST Grammar Site http://www.guidetoja......rames.html
The problem with conventional textbooks is that they often have the following goals. They want readers to be able to use functional and polite Japanese as quickly as possible. They donít want to scare readers away with terrifying Japanese script and Chinese characters.
They want to teach you how to say English phrases in Japanese.
sci.lang.japan Verb Info http://www.sljfaq.or......tive_verbs|
Japanese has a large variety of related pairs of transitive (take a direct object) and intransitive (do not take a direct object) verbs, such as hajimaru (to begin) and hajimeru (to begin). For example,
Sakura Exercises http://www.arts.mona....../home.html|
This site is intended for use by beginning level students of Japanese at Berwick Campus of Monash University in Australia. However, it is also available for general use.
Remember Verbs and Adjectives Using Mnemonics http://www.amazon.co......oding=utf8|
Learning Japanese Verbs and Adjectives Using Memory Mnemonics uses a creative approach to learning words fast, and more importantly, remembering them longer. Memory mnemonics, or triggers, are used to remind your brain where it just recorded some piece of information. Most people can learn most anything fast, but they have trouble with recollection.
Quiz Lessons http://www.quia.com/......anese.html|
Class Page for GCSE Japanese Class