|Introduction to Keigo, Polite Language||An Introduction to Keigo, polite language|
|Japanese Grammatical Terms||Grammatical terms in Japanese|
|Toki, Tara, and To - When to say When||When to say When - Using Toki, Tara, and To|
|Small Words in Japanese||Small, useful words in Japanese|
|Making -ing||How to make the -ing form|
|Particles and Conjunctions||More Japanese particles with examples|
|Verb Forms||Verb forms in Japanese|
|Verb Groups, an Intro||A look at the various Verb Groups in Japanese|
|How to Count||How to Count to One Million in Japanese|
|Can - Dekiru||An article on できる - can|
|-na Adjectives||About -na Adjectives in Japanese|
|-i Adjectives||About -i Adjectives in Japanese|
|Japanese Adjectives||Learn about Adjectives in Japanese|
|Basic Japanese Particles||A list of a few basic Japanese particles with examples|
|Fast Track: 100 Grammar Points||
Watered-down, understandable, bite-sized grammar lessons. Perhaps by knowing these basic Japanese grammar points, you will be able to communicate in Japanese limited only by vocabulary and guts! Of course this list is a simplified grammar, and is meant to be only an introduction to the grammar points presented.
|Questions and Question Words||How to make Questions and a few common Question words|
|Japanese Word Order||
First, Japanese isn't English. As obvious as that sounds, it is important to keep it in mind. It is good to a certain extent to compare the languages to get a better feel for both, but a constant comparision can lead to disappointment and frustration.
Cats eat mice.
|Grammar Power Words from JLPT N4||
Grammatical Patterns for the JLPT 3 kyuu Test