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Postby awesomemantm2000 » Mon 11.15.2010 1:23 am

I don't know what the suffix "-kere" is used for.I also want to know in what situations "-wo" , the object marker , is used for.Arigatou.
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Re: -kere?

Postby chikara » Mon 11.15.2010 7:07 am

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awesomemantm2000 wrote:I don't know what the suffix "-kere" is used for. ....

Can you give some examples of where you have seen it used?

awesomemantm2000 wrote:..... I also want to know in what situations "-wo" , the object marker , is used for.Arigatou.

Have a read of The direct object 「を」 particle in Tae Kim's Grammar Guide.
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Re: -kere?

Postby Yudan Taiteki » Mon 11.15.2010 9:09 pm

awesomemantm2000 wrote:I don't know what the suffix "-kere" is used for.


Outside of classical Japanese are you asking about -kereba?
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Re: -kere?

Postby awesomemantm2000 » Tue 11.16.2010 12:19 am

from what i understand -kere is used for adjectives.i heard of -kere in a youtube video.It was one of the japanese learning videos by takineko.Thanks for the info on -wo.
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Re: -kere?

Postby chikara » Tue 11.16.2010 12:51 am

awesomemantm2000 wrote:from what i understand -kere is used for adjectives.i heard of -kere in a youtube video.It was one of the japanese learning videos by takineko. .....

Takineko's Japanese Lessons

Can you remember which one?

Is the text book she is reading from Japanese in 30 Hours?
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Re: -kere?

Postby awesomemantm2000 » Tue 11.16.2010 2:29 am

I cant remember what lesson it was , but it was from Japanese in 30 Hours.
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Re: -kere?

Postby Hektor6766 » Tue 11.16.2010 3:44 am

0:31 into Lesson 7.

The colloquial inflection of verbal adjectives: -i in front of nouns, -ku as predicate, and -kere, to be explained in Lesson 51 (uploads to Lesson 28 to date).
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