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です, tense and plurals
Basic sentences structure, tense and plurals
Topic marker particle
Topics and subjects of sentences, what particles are
Past tense of です: でした
Sentences in the past tense using でした
Negative forms of です: じゃないです
Sentences with です and でした in negative forms
Forming question sentences using the particle か
How to form big numbers
8 basic greeting phrases with some real example situations
The の particle
Connect two nouns by using の
Adjectives part 1
Types of Japanese adjectives and な-adjectives
Adjectives part 2
Second type of adjectives: い-adejctives.
Pointing words 1
The first two sets of pointing words.
Plain X is Y
Ending a sentence with だ, and the difference between だ and です.
Confirmation and emphasis
Sentence ending particles: ね and よ
Inclusive particle も
Describe two items with the same characteristic
The subject marker particle が
Mark the subject of a sentence and the difference between は and が
Describe the existence of people and items in different tenses and polarities
Location particle に
Describe the location of items.
Pointing words 2
How to point to a location.
Expand upon Beginner Lesson 16 and 17 and introduces two similar sentence structures
How to count people and general objects.
Expands upon the material in previous lessons and teaches some new sentence structures
What are verbs
Introducing Japanese verbs and the first set of verbs: る-verbs
う-verbs and irregular verbs
The second and third set of verbs: う-verbs and irregular verbs
The を particle
Mark direct objects and locations to pass/leave
The に particle part 2
Mark indirect objects, destination, and time
The で particle part 1
Mark a location of where an event takes place.
The で particle part 2
Mark methods and range
Verbs in past tense
Conjugate each type of verbs into the past tense forms
The と particle
Connect two nouns and mark a person who you are doing an action with.
What are adverbs and frequency adverbs
What adverbs are, create adverbs from adjectives, and use frequency adverbs
The な particle: do not
Command others not to do something
The や particle: and
List some items from larger options
The か particle: or
List possible options
Counting part 2
Count general objects with the counter 個, and long and thing objects with the counter 本
Add a reasoning for a statement
Connect contrasting and paradoxical statements
Compare two items