This month, I’m continuing on with N4 grammar points by talking about how to use the dictionary form with some new handy N4 expressions. This month, I’ll go over ndesu and ndesuga. You can use ndesu to talk about a reason for something. It’s a tricky little expression that takes a little while to get used to. How do you use ndesu and ndesuga? 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:
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