Since there is a similar thread for vocabulary, I wanted to open one for interesting grammar points themselves.
Do you have grammar points you need help with? Do you have any interesting phrases to share? What part of the Japanese grammar do you find most interesting?
As for me, I am currently struggling to understand the use of あとで in a sentence because I keep mixing up the sentence order
Starting some basic keigo and I really think it should be taught sooner in Japanese classes.
I learned かかる means すわる
ちょる (Yamaguchi dialect and used for ~ている pattern??)
まい as the negative volitional. Came up in Harry Potter.
Harry was desperately trying not to listen to Hermione’s voice.
聞くまい - trying not to listen
Just to be sure, it’s かける here.
But yeah, it can mean a lot of things .
が見られる can be seen or observed
Can you elaborate or give a link?
Sounds like you might mean 見える instead.
見ません just means doesn’t see.
I was mistaken i updated my post. @Saida
Being wrong on the internet is a sure way to get an answer as fast as possible
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