Articles Posted in the " JLPT N5 Grammer " Category

  • を o/wo

    を o/wo  How to make"を.." in Japanese.   ・ Meaning: indicates direct objects, object maker ・ JLPT Level: N5 日本語能力試験N5級レベル ・ Category: grammar 文法 You can use を when you want to say "object maker.. ." The patterns is below: object maker This denotes the object of an action.  例文:Examples of sentense (with audio) 私は寿司を食べます。Watashi wa sushi o tabemasu I eat sushi You need a audio tag supported browser 私はテレビを見ます。Watashi wa TV o mimasu I watch TV You need a audio tag supported browser あの猫が魚を食べた。 Ano neko ga sakana wo tabeta. That cat ate the fish. You need a audio tag supported browser  


  • は wa/ha

    は wa/ha  How to make"は.." in Japanese.   ・ Meaning: topic maker, As for ・ JLPT Level: N5 日本語能力試験N5級レベル ・ Category: grammar 文法 You can use は when you want to say "topic maker, As for .. ." The patterns is below: This denotes a topic.  例文:Examples of sentense (with audio) 今日は東京に行きます。Kyou wa , Tokyo ni ikimasu. I will go to Tokyo, today You need a audio tag supported browser 私の専門は日本語です。Watash no senmon wa nihongo desu. My major is Japanese You need a audio tag supported browser 彼女は嬉しいです。kanojo wa ureshii desu. She is happy. You need a audio tag supported browser  


  • ~つもりです ~tsumoridesu

    ~つもりです ~tsumoridesu  How to make"~つもりです.." in Japanese.   ・ Meaning: I intend to (verb) ・ JLPT Level: N5 日本語能力試験N5級レベル ・ Category: grammar 文法 You can use ~つもりです when you want to say "I intend to (verb).. ." The patterns is below: Verb present short + tsumori I intend to (verb) This means a plan or an intent of doing something.  例文:Examples of sentense (with audio) 私は明日テニスをするつもりです。Watashi wa ashita tennis o siru tsumori desu . I intend to play tennis tomorrow You need a audio tag supported browser メアリーは来年日本にいないつもりです。Mary wa rainen nihon ni inai tsumori desu . Mary does not intend to stay in Japan next year You need a audio tag supported browser […]


  • と to

    と to  How to make"と.." in Japanese.   ・ Meaning: and ・ JLPT Level: N5 日本語能力試験N5級レベル ・ Category: grammar 文法 You can use と when you want to say "and.. ." The patterns is below: Noun to Noun Noun and Noun This is a particle used to link nouns in a complete list.  例文:Examples of sentense (with audio) ペンと本。Pen to hon Pen and Book You need a audio tag supported browser 私はごはんと魚を食べました。Watashi wa pan to sakana wo tabemashita. I ate rice and fish. You need a audio tag supported browser ケンと私は東京に行きました。Ken and I went to Tokyo. Ken to watashi wa Tokyo ni ikimashita. You need a audio tag supported browser  


  • ~てはいけません ~te wa ikemasen

    ~てはいけません ~te wa ikemasen  How to make"~てはいけません.." in Japanese.   ・ Meaning: You can’t do… ・ JLPT Level: N5 日本語能力試験N5級レベル ・ Category: grammar 文法 You can use ~てはいけません when you want to say "You can’t do… ." The patterns is below: Verb te-form + wa ikemasen Te-form + wa ikemasen means, to denty someone permission to do something. This is also used to link copulas to "はいけません", meaning "it’s not good". It is used to scold or otherwise disapprove.  例文:Examples of sentense (with audio) クラスで寝てはいけません。Class de nete wa ikemasen . In the class, You can’t sleep. You need a audio tag supported browser ここに車を止めてはいけません。 Koko ni kuruma wo tomete wa ikemasen. You must […]


  • ~てもいいです ~te mo ii desu

    ~てもいいです ~te mo ii desu  How to make"~てもいいです.." in Japanese.   ・ Meaning: You can do… or You may do ・ JLPT Level: N5 日本語能力試験N5級レベル ・ Category: grammar 文法 You can use ~てもいいです when you want to say " You can do… or You may do." The patterns is below: Verb te-form +mo ii desu It means You can do… or You may do… describe an activity that is permitted. This is used to link verb copulas to "もいいです" meaning "it’s enough" or "it’s good". It can be used as a request for permission.  例文:Examples of sentense (with audio) テレビを見てもいいです。(to your kids) TV o mite mo ii desu – You can watch TV […]


  • ~てください ~te kara

    ~てください ~te kara  How to make"~てください.." in Japanese.   ・ Meaning: to make polite request to another person, Please do ・ JLPT Level: N5 日本語能力試験N5級レベル ・ Category: grammar 文法 You can use ~てください when you want to say " Please do." The patterns is below: Verb te-form +kusasai To make polite request to another person, Please do This is used to link verb copulas, ending in "て" or "で", to "ください", making it into a request.  例文:Examples of sentense (with audio) 読んでください。Yonde kudsai Please read You need a audio tag supported browser 立ってください。Tattekudasai Please stand up You need a audio tag supported browser 起きてください。Okite kudasai Please wake up You need a audio tag […]


  • ~てから ~te kara

    ~てから ~te kara  How to make"~てから.." in Japanese.   ・ Meaning: after doing ・ JLPT Level: N5 日本語能力試験N5級レベル ・ Category: grammar 文法 You can use ~てから when you want to say "after doing." The patterns is below: Verb te-form + kara after doing somehting… It means to do something after doing something else.  例文:Examples of sentense (with audio) 日本に行ってから知りました。Nihon ni kite kara shirimashita. I understand it after coming to Japan You need a audio tag supported browser 食べてからトイレに行きます。Tabete kara Toilet ni ikimasu . I go to toilet after eating You need a audio tag supported browser 私は手を洗ってから食事をした。Watashi wa te wo aratte kara shokuji shita. I had a meal after washing my hands. You […]


  • ~ている ~teiru

    ~ている ~teiru  How to make"~ている.." in Japanese.   ・ Meaning: an action in progress, verbs that described continuous, activity that last for some time, state, changes that are more or less instantaneous, everyday excise ・ JLPT Level: N5 日本語能力試験N5級レベル ・ Category: grammar 文法 You can use ~ている when you want to say "an action in progress." The patterns is below: Verb te-form + iru いる, when used after the て form of a verb, indicates that an action is ongoing (progressive tense, marked in English by "ing",) or in a certain state.  例文:Examples of sentense (with audio) 私は日本語を教えています。Watashi wa nigongo o oshiete imasu I teach Japanese(everyday excise) or I am teaching Japanese(now) You […]


  • ~たことがある ~ta koto ga aru

    ~たことがある ~ta koto ga aru  How to make"~たことがある.." in Japanese.   ・ Meaning: have/has the experience of ・ JLPT Level: N5 日本語能力試験N5級レベル ・ Category: grammar 文法 You can use ~たことがある when you want to say "have/has the experience of." The patterns is below: Verb ta-form + koto ga aru . have/ has the experience of .. It indicates that something has (or hasn’t ever) happened in the past.  例文:Examples of sentense (with audio) アフリカに行ったことがあります。Africa ni itta koto ga arimasu . I have been to Africa . You need a audio tag supported browser ドラエモンに会ったことがあります。Doraemon ni atta koto ga arimasu . I have met Doraemon before . You need a audio tag supported browser […]