I have a exam on Tuesday for my Japanese class. For the writing element i have had to prepare a description of a person (fictional or real). I was hoping i might be able to get some pointers? any help would be much appreciated.
The description is of my grandma (but not my real grandma). the description is as follows -
my grandma is my favorite family member
she is 85 years old. she recently retired because she is old, but because she is active she is still healthy.
This is a HUGE shot, and I guarantee it’s false, but would this work ?
I just learned about the potential form which does the able to do part and somehow remembered you don’t use を since there’s no action happening, but for breaking the apple in half, I don’t know that many particles yet, so I put の in there, because yes.
edit: Actually I think to target intransitive verbs you need to use に ? I remember reading that somewhere, but actual knowledgeble people will correct me on that
Also I dont have time to look through everything since really im just procrastinating my own studies right now, but at a quick glance
use 見える here without the て form. Besides, て form of 見える doesnt have a small tsu. Also you can just replace the first part entirely with 見かけによらず if you wanna shorten it since its kinda a given that grannys look weak, but you dont have to. You can also just add it in between for emphasis. Ok I’ll get back to my work now.