Evasion & Bypasses
Concepts & Research
Keys & Signing
Language & Framwork Specifics
subject は + transport で + destination に/へ + verb.
Doing something with someone
subject は + person と + object を + verb.
Ask who you do something with
だれ + と + verb + か。
(e.g. my family)
私 の かぞく
Describe Family Structure
私のかぞくは family member + と + family member + と + family member です
noun は adjective です
But when you use a phrase that is made up of an adjective and a noun (e.g. amazing person) in a Japanese sentence,
always come before a noun, e.g.:
人です。Masaru-san is an amazing person.
affirmative + いい / よい negative − よくない / よくない
に - destination of the action / time particle
で - where the action takes place
は - what is being talked about / topic marker
が - who or what performs action / marks subject of the verb / marks existence / often used with imasu / arimasu // example: "watashi wa soba ga tabetai desu"
を - object particle // example: "sushi o tabemasu", also marks place of movement
と - 'and' / who you do something with
の - ownership (basically the '' 's '' of japanese)
へ - direction of which someone or something moves /direction that goes away from the current location
来 - to come - から / starting Point / count from something to another
まで - ending point / counting from something to another
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