Grammar lists

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Joey 鷹 Vega
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Grammar lists

Post by Joey 鷹 Vega » Sun 07.31.2011 3:10 pm

Ok, for those of you who are beginners and want to know more about the Japanese Grammars such as, interjections, conjunctions, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs but can't seem to know them. Not to worry, thanks to my curiosity and boredom (like i always do in Halo campaign modes of finding new ideas and places that no one have tried before :P ) I have found some sites that will help you with these Grammar stuff. about this site: has all (i think) of the Japanese verbs, but some of them don't have Kanji/kana, but i'm pretty sure you know some of them already, so when you click on the Romaji words, it will show if it is a Group 1 or 2 verbs, it even show you on the plain and polite affirmative and negative plus including: Stem, Te-form, infinitive, Present indicative, Presumptive, imperative, past indicative, past presumptive, present progress, past progressive, provisional, conditional, potential, causative, and passive *woot* :P

the following are from Wikipedia ... +iru%0Airu these are all the Japanese verbs ... pe_1_verbs all Japanese type 1 verbs ... pe_2_verbs all Japanese type 2 verbs ... 8%E5%B9%B4 these are the Adverbs of Japanese, this it will show you the adverbs ... njunctions Japanese conjunctions ... erjections Interjections like English interjections that many of us are familiar with like "lmao", "hoo-ah" "ow" etc,etc. ... adjectives All Japanese i-Adjectives ... adjectives all Japanese na-Adjectives ... _particles Japanese particles

for the rest of the Japanese i will try to find them for you everyone so please give me some time :wave:
「鷹の魂は消えないで空の中に永遠に生きる。」 "A Hawk's spirit never dies, for it lives on forever in the sky"
-Joey Vega

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