This week, I’m continuing on with N4 grammar points by talking about how to use verbs with particles and other phrases. This month, I’m going over tebakari and youda. You can use bakari to talk about only doing one thing. Do you know when to use youda in conversation. How do you use bakari? 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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Hi! I was told once I finished studying Minna no Nihongo 1 (chapter 1-13) and Minna no Nihongo 2 (chapter 14-25), I can already take JLPT N4 but when I searched the internet for N4 reviewers I found that there are a lot of topics that are not included on Minna no Nihongo 1 & 2. I hope you can enlighten me 🙁
Yeah, Minna no nihongo I and II will cover most of the points you need to pass the test. However, there are a good number of other grammar points that you should be familiar with. Basically, it is best to get a N4 grammar book that is more geared toward covering the exact points you need in order to make sure you have everything.