This month, we are starting to get into some more advanced uses of Japanese Adjectives. You can use Japanese adjectives as adverbs, or to talk about a specific one thing out of a group of things. I go over it all in the video below. Enjoy, and let me know if you have any questions.
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Japanese adjectives – past tense
Japanese adjectives – polite past tense
Japanese present tense verbs
Japanese past tense verbs
Japanese particle wa
Japanese particle ga
Japanese particle de
Japanese particle ni
Japanese particles mo, to and ya
Japanese particles wo, kara, made, and he
Japanese particles amari, shika, dake
Japanese Particles ka, yo, wa, and ne
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