I was revising some of the latest grammar points… And I bravely made a mini conversation to practice (this is the first time I’m trying ). Enjoy my literary masterpiece:
If there are any mistakes, please tell me
It’s always 〜てください (or special verb/お[masu-stem]＋ください in keigo), so it should have been 頑張ってください. Everything else looks fine.
Oops, thank you!!
I’m embarrassed because I now remember ‘studying’ that ~てください grammar point just a couple of days ago… Well, clearly I hadn’t studied it properly enough >_>
It helps to have sound bites in your head on top what you study, because sometimes studying alone doesn’t make things stick. In my case, I have stuff like
Shield Hero anime episode 5, Raphtalia going,「ナオフミさま！頑張ってください！」
- Carlos Ghosn talking about how Japanese people in general were treating him in public during his trial:「ゴーンさん、頑張ってください。」
Try to find examples of the structures you’re studying in material that you like. It’s easier to remember them that way.
Fret not, slow and steady win the race.
I hate being in a rush to learn something, yet that constantly seems to be the reality with which I am faced.
Seriously though, grammar’s the fun part! Don’t be embarrassed, try it, and enjoy it!
I am quite enjoying it, yes! It’s amazing being able to string Wanikani vocabulary into proper sentences now
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