AJALT Learning Supplements http://www.ajalt.org/sfyj/|
Numbers, Counters, Adjectives, Verbs, Money, Time
All About Verbs http://japanese.abou......31101a.htm|
This week we will learn about Japanese verbs and their components.
All About Verbs http://www.geocities......verbs.html|
Concerning Japanese Verbs Japanese verbs are roughly divided into three categories:
Cornell Univ Japanese Lessons http://lrc.cornell.edu/japanese/|
Cornell University, Department of Asian Studies, Japanese Program, Kawasaki Japanese Learning Materials
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.
Japanese is Possible http://maktos.jimmyseal.net/jip.html|
Your home for Japanese language, culture, video games, and anime.
Online Verb List http://myweb.tiscali......_verbs.htm|
godan verbs/ichidan verbs Irregular verb conjugations, Verb conjugation -masu form
Small Verb List http://www.geocities......art14.html|
Small list of Japanese verbs.
So many Japanese verbs.
Verbs and Suru verbs http://nhhr.dimentec......verbs.html|
Ichidon Verbs end in eru or iru
Yondon Verbs anything else
Irregular Verbs 5 or 10 exceptions
Verbs Explained http://www.math.toro......verbs.html|
Japanese verbs are not conjugated according to person: 「する」 can mean "I do", "you do", "he does", "she does", "it does", "we do" or "they do". Since the pronouns themselves rarely appear in sentences...