Here is a golden nugget for you! You have heard when to use the Kanji, Hiragana and Katakana – haven’t you? Probably you’ve missed a very important basic part of it! Let me show it to you through my virtual photo trip here in Japan. Follow me to the evil volcanic lava mountains and meet a Japanese folklore giant at a magic waterfall!
Grammar In Japanese Archives
Japanese grammar contains polite forms of nouns as a complement to the plain noun form. Some of them are only meant for females to use. If you as a male learning Japanese use those polite forms you will sound like a woman instead of a man. Learn how to use Japanese prefixes to form your nouns! I can show you the secrets!
Grammar in Japanese is a fascinating topic! If you don’t know how to differ the use of WA (わ) as an ordinary Hiragana sound based syllable and the topic marker WA particle – which is not written as the WA (わ) character, then you’ re in deep trouble! Let me show you how to do it correct using the HA (は) symbol in Hiragana instead!