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  1. JLPT N5

    【JLPT N5★i-adjectives +くなかった(kunakatta) “i-…

    i-adjectives/negative: Replace the 「い」 with 「くなかった」かわいい + くなかった = かわいくなかった…

  2. JLPT N5

    【JLPT N5★na-adjective ないform (Negative, Non-Past)】…

    To change a な-adjective to negative form, replace the "だ”(plain) or  “です” (polit…

  3. JLPT N5

    【JLPT N5★verbs~いない(inai) for enduring states+nega…

    Meaning: to express ongoing actions, repeated actions, and resultant states + ne…

  4. JLPT N5

    【JLPT N5★verbs なかった(nakatta) Past-negative tense f…

    To change verbs into the past-negative tenseChange the verb to the negative an…

  5. JLPT N5

    【JLPT N5★verb negative ~ない(nai)】

    Conjugation rules for negative verbs■u-verbTo change an u-verb from affirm…

  6. JLPT N5

    【JLPT N5★ている(teiru) “be doing something R…

    【JLPT N5★ている(teiru) "be doing something "】 Meaning: be doing somethingFo…

  7. JLPT N5

    【JLPT N5★ informal past tense for u-verbs】

    Past tense (learnjapanese)It’s not necessarily that u-verbs end with Hirag…

  1. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N2★幸い (saiwai): luckily, fortunate…
  2. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★はさておき (wa sateoki): setting asi…
  3. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★ふと (futo): accidentally, unexpe…
  4. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★じみた (jimita): to look like】
  5. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N2★にあたり (ni atari): at the time, o…
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