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N4 Grammar: Using souda, sugiru, and tagatteiru

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This month, I’m continuing on with N4 grammar points by talking about how to use verb stems with some important structures. This month, I’m going over souda, sugiru and tagatteiru. You can use souda and tagatteiru to talk about impressions. Do you know when to use ~tai and when to use ~tagatteiru. How do you use sugiru? Watch the video for the answer.

Do you know how to form sentences using these points? I go over all that and more in the video below:

Since this is the first of many N4 Grammar videos to come. Be sure to subscribe to the N4 Grammar channel in order to get all of the videos as they come out.

And if you missed any of my N5 grammar videos you can find them on the JLPT N5 Grammar YouTube Channel

Do you have friends? I bet you do. How about friends that are just starting to learn Japanese? They will probably find this video helpful, so send it along and help them out.

Of course for more information about each grammar point as well as access to the JLPT Study Kit, check out the Courses.

Did I miss something? Do you have a question? Let me know in the comments.

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