JLPT N5 Grammar: Using tari tari suru, and deshou

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This month, we go over how to use tari tari suru to talk about an inexhaustive list of activities you did. This is extremely useful if you want talk in more general terms in Japanese. We also go over deshou which can be used to express uncertainty as well as form tag questions in Japanese. Do know how to these grammar points? How do you form these sentences? I go over all that and more in the video below:

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Japanese particle de
Japanese particle ni
Japanese transitive and intransitive verbs
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