2018年6月28日木曜日

JLPT N4 and N5

JLPT summer test is just around the corner. I'd like to quickly show you my charts which explain the differences of particles.



Look at
the object
marker!
わたし
すし
すきです(non-active verb or adjective)
Other examples: じょうずです、
わかります、あります、います
わたし
すし
たべます(active verb)
Other examples: のみます、みます、
します、はなします、よみます


Look at the place marker!
わたし
とうきょう
いきます(action with destination)
Other examples:
きます、かえります
わたし
とうきょう
えいが
みます(action)
Other examples:
たべます、のみます、
します、よみます
わたし
とうきょう
います(existence)
Other examples:
あります、すんでいます

As you can see, the object and place markers change depending on the verbs (sometimes adjectives). Verbs matter! Please don't forget it.
When you choose a correct particle from four choices, check which verb is used in the sentence first! The verb will guide you as long as you remember the patterns above.

Ganbatte kudasai!


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