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【Japanese grammar: become + adjective】になる(ninaru)、くなる(kunaru)

Let's check how to use になる and くなる.
Sentence pattern

【Japanese Grammar】difference between ている (teiru), ていく (teiku), てくる (tekuru), てある (tearu), ておく (teoku), てみる(temiru) 

They look really similar and confusing. Let's understand them all at once on this page.
Form: verb and adjective

Japanese Grammar: Progressive Form

Progressive Form is used to say that somebody is (was) doing something. You should know てForm as a prerequisite.
Form: verb and adjective

Verb Imperative Form

On this page, you can learn how to make Verb Imperative Form.
Grammar

【Japanese Grammar】Let’s learn how to use ‘datte’(だって)in Japanese.

お父さん会社やめたんだって。みきちゃん、来年けっこんするんだって。What do they mean? Let's find out.
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【Japanese Grammar】Let’s learn how to say ‘I heard + that clause’ in Japanese.

How do you say 'I heard that it is going to rain tomorrow.' in Japanese? Let's find out.
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【A は B が adjective です】How to describe a person with body parts

For example, you can say 'My father has big eyes.' in Japanese after you finish learning on this page. Let's get started!
Grammar

【Japanese Grammar】difference between と (to) and とき (toki)

Let's find out what is the difference between と and とき.
Sentence pattern

Please:【お + verb stem form + ください】

On this page, you can learn Japanese grammar for asking somebody to do something very politely.
Basic sentence

【Topic: School】How do you say ‘What is your favourite subject?’ in Japanese?

On this page, you can learn how to ask what is somebody's favourite subject in Japanese.
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