Conjugation Explained http://www.epochryph......verbs.html|
Notes on the conjugation and use of Japanese verbs.
Conjugation Tables http://www.geom.uiuc......dings.html|
To use the tables, first determine the class and radical of the word in question. If the dictionary form of a verb ends in -eru or -iru, it is a class-I verb (see Note 0 for exceptions), and its radical
501 Verbs http://www.amazon.co......oding=utf8|
The most commonly used Japanese verbs are presented with English translations, one to a page, completely conjugated, and transliterated into the Roman alphabet. A special section fully explains all details of Japanese pronunciation. For quick and easy reference, there is an alphabetical English-to-Japanese verb index, as well as a second index that lists Japanese verbs by their gerund form. New in this edition are hundreds of examples of verbs used in sentences, complete with English translation.
Step 3 Verbs http://www.nona.dti.......tep03.html|
Japanese verbs have many conjugated forms. There are some rules of the conjugation. Whenever I see the conjugation chart, I wonder if non-Japanese people understand and use them. Because It's very difficult for even Japanese.
Uniformed Regular Conjugation http://homepage3.nif......niform.htm|
In this article, I introduce "Uniformed Regular Verbal Conjugation of Japanese". This rule intend to regulate most of Japanese verbs. After knowing this rule, All Japanese learners and Japanese teachers can...
Conjugation Builder http://homepage3.nif....../index.htm|
Enter a dictionary form verb and this script will conjugate it into all possible forms.
Conjugation Summary http://sa_yoshi.at.i......short.html|
(3) irregular verbs:
2. How to tell the type of a verb from its dictionary form
U- Conjugations http://sa_yoshi.at.i......ation.html|
Quick u- conjugation chart summary.
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
Giving and Receiving http://learnjapanese......php?id=316|
The standard way to say that you are giving something to someone in Japanese is to use the verb 上げる（あげる）. The sentence structure is fairly easy to remember:
Noni - In spite of http://learnjapanese......php?id=169|
in spite of, verb, i & na adj short form + noni, noun + na noni, for example....
Okayama Verb Guide http://www.okayama-u......index.html|
Choose the right answer and click on the number button.
Quiz Lessons http://www.quia.com/......anese.html|
Class Page for GCSE Japanese Class
The purpose of this course is to give the student a fundamental understanding of the Japanese language and to be able to converse on a limited level with someone in the Japanese language. There is no prerequisite for this course.
AJALT Learning Supplements http://www.ajalt.org/sfyj/|
Numbers, Counters, Adjectives, Verbs, Money, Time
JLPT 3 Verbs Quiz http://www.spurrymos......_2002.html|
Randomly displays 6 quiz questions then grades you when youo click finish. Take the test several times and each time you'll get new questions.
Cornell Univ Japanese Lessons http://lrc.cornell.edu/japanese/|
Cornell University, Department of Asian Studies, Japanese Program, Kawasaki Japanese Learning Materials
Japanese is Possible http://maktos.jimmyseal.net/jip.html|
Your home for Japanese language, culture, video games, and anime.
Learning Japanese Blog http://www.ideogramme.ca/japan/|
A wonderfully clever blog about learning Japanese. As grammar is learned the author explains why it was confusing and how it was resolved. Much better than the standard textbook style method.
Great List of Grammar Structures http://www.nafai.org......jpphrases/|
3.8 Easy/difficult, advantageous, substantial
3.9 Start and finish doing, completion
3.10 Movement (te kuru, te iku)
3.11 From now on, begin to (te iku, te kuru)
3.15 Facts, things generally accepted as
4 Conjunctional phrases
4.1 Reason and cause
4.2 In order to, for, to, so that
4.4 Even, even though, although
4.5 Limiting (Without, because not, not...but, but, instead of)