The Ultimate Guide to : は (wa) VS が (ga) particles I know that most beginners get overwhelmed and stumble when it comes to this topic. It's probably one of the most common questions I get as well. In this ultimate guide, I'll explain the differences between the は (wa) particle and the が (ga) particle. は (wa*) particle *The hiragana は should be pronounced as "Ha" in or as a word. (e.g はやい hayai = early / quick / fast) But as a particle it's always pronounced as "Wa". It's called a "topic marker", so it shows what the topic of the sentence is. ＡはＢです。 A wa B desu= Speaking of A, it is B. A is the topic here. Remember, Japanese particles modify the preceding word. Though A is the topic, it does NOT mean that A is the main focus in the sentence. "Aは" is just an introduction to say "I'm going to talk about A!", so what comes AFTER は is actually stressed.
"WHEN" in Japanese : いつ, とき , たら , と One of the most common mistakes I see is how
How To Build A Sentence In Japanese: The Ultimate Guide Kickstart Your Understanding of Japanese Basics Japanese grammar often scares a lot of beginners. The word order, the particles, the conjugations – it’s so different from English! Ahhh! Run away! But wait! What if I could make you see that Japanese grammar is actually super simple, easy, and logical? And it will only take you about 30 minutes (or less if you read fast) to feel comfortable with it. Well that’s what I’m going to do in this article! So, grab a big bowl of matcha or a coffee and let’s dive right in! Word Order In English, the sentence is structured like: Subject + Verb + Object For example, "I (S) eat (V) sushi (O)." But in Japanese, the structure is like: Topic / Subject + Object
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In the post about TE form, I've just written like this : -------------------------------- ☆言う いう iU - to say いって iTTE- Say (please) -> いった iTTA - said -> いっている iTTEiru - saying / have been saying -> いっていた iTTEita - was saying / used to