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te aru / te oku http://homepage3.nif......on-e33.htm
The difference in the troublesome pair of tearu and teoku explained.
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Hou ga ii http://homepage3.nif......on-e38.htm
Hou ga ii explained in detail with several examples.
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Intracacies of the Verb http://www.wvup.edu/......e_verb.htm
Note A: Students should learn the formal forms first since those are the ones they will use most, especially with strangers and people they meet for the first time. After the formal forms are mastered, the informal forms can be learned. Those forms are used with good friends. Note B: Each form can refer to I, you, he, she, we, they. The indicative in Japanese means the present and future forms.
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Causative, Passive Verb Forms http://www.yookoso.c......&pagenum=1
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
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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
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Advanced Verb Conjugation Chart http://www.as.ua.edu......oomaji.htm
Advanced and detailed verb conjugation chart.
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Great Verb Explanation http://www.griffith.......verbs.html
Japanese verbs are categorised in three groups according to their conjugation styles. They are 5(ご) んどうし (u-verb) , 1(いち) ん どうし (ru-verb) and Irregular verbs.
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Learn Japanese Vocabulary http://www.expressjapanese.com
Learn Japanese vocabulary using Japanese Kanji Flash from Express Japanese. Flash cards on your mobile phone / cell phone for you to study anytime, anywhere.
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