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Japanese Grammar Guide

Japanese Grammar Guide

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Published by Tiana Mampionona
This guide is an attempt to systematically build up the grammatical structures that make up
the Japanese language in a way that makes sense in Japanese. It may not be a practical tool
for quickly learning immediately useful Japanese phrases (for example, common phrases for
travel). However, it will logically create grammatical building blocks that will result in a solid
grammatical foundation.
This guide is an attempt to systematically build up the grammatical structures that make up
the Japanese language in a way that makes sense in Japanese. It may not be a practical tool
for quickly learning immediately useful Japanese phrases (for example, common phrases for
travel). However, it will logically create grammatical building blocks that will result in a solid
grammatical foundation.

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When「よ」is attached to the end of a sentence, it means that the speaker is informing the listener of
something new. In English, we might say this with a, "You know..." such as the sentence, "You know, I'm
actually a genius."

Example 1

アリス:時間がないよ。

Alice: You know, there is no time.

ボブ:⼤丈夫だよ。

Bob: It's ok, you know.

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CHAPTER 3. BASIC GRAMMAR 3.12. ADVERBS AND SENTENCE-ENDING PARTICLES

Example 2

アリス:今⽇はいい天気だね。

Alice: Good weather today, huh?

ボブ:うん。でも、明⽇⾬が降るよ。

Bob: Yeah. But it will rain tomorrow, you know.

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