Grammar Japanese

The most common Japanese counters for beginners


You need to learn lots of difficult grammar rules when you are studying Japanese. In particular, learning Japanese counters is hard because Japanese has hundreds of counters. But it’s not necessary for you to know all the counters. It is enough in daily life conversation to know the basic Japanese counters. We’ll share Japanese counters that native speakers usually use in daily conversation in this article. Learning points Basic Japanese counters (つ、個、枚、本、台) Right words for each Japanese counter Real usage The most common Japanese counters ~つ(tsu) つ(tsu) is one of the most common counters in Japanese. It is mostly used ...

Grammar Japanese

Japanese grammar に(ni) particle 【JLPT5】


Many Japanese learners get confused about how to use the に particle because Japanese has particles like で that are similar in meaning. Each Japanese particle has a meaning and concept. Understanding the concepts and meaning helps you correctly use Japanese particles. The に (ni) particle can be mostly used for describing a place, time, and action with some verbs. The concept of the に particle is "point" and "direction," which we will explain later in the article! Learning points The concept of the に (ni) particle Verbs that are used with the に (ni) particle  Example phrases and pronunciation ...

Grammar Japanese

Japanese grammar で(de) particle【JLPT5】


Particles like で, に, を, は are some of the most difficult grammar points for Japanese learners. Many Japanese learners in upper levels still get confused about how to use particles correctly. But you don't have to be too worried. The key to understand particles is to grasp the concept of each particle. Let’s understand the basic concept of で (de) and use it like a native Japanese. で (de) particle で (de) is one of the basic Japanese particles and is mainly used for four types of expressions. The basic concept of the で (de) particle is “a boundary.” ...

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