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Japanese Grammar Tips Yuya Sato

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This radio is designed for beginners of Japanese learning and focusing on teaching Japanese grammar in English.

You can get some tips about grammar with this radio and apply it to your daily study.

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    I introduce myself in Japanese

    I introduce myself in Japanese

    In this lesson, I will introduce myself just using Japanese.

    I want you to listen carefully and try to understand the meaning.



    こんにちは、わたし の なまえ は さとうゆうや です。

    とうきょう に すんでいます。

    34さい です。

    ほん を よむの が すきです。

    ITきぎょう で はたらいています。

    よろしくおねがいします。



    References:

    Noun A "no" Noun B

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Noun-A-no-Noun-B-emo577



    The Particle "wa"

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/The-Particle-wa-en50i0



    X is Y

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/X-is-Y-emkiua



    All 9 Case Particles

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/All-9-Case-Particles-eprp9v



    Numbers in Japanese

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Numbers-in-Japanese-emj500



    Changing a verb into a noun describing an action

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Changing-a-verb-into-a-noun-describing-an-action-env5hs



    X likes Y / X dislikes Y

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/X-likes-Y--X-dislikes-Y-encubj



    Difference between the particle "wa" and "ga"

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Difference-between-the-particle-wa-and-ga-eo0cgc



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    • 4 分鐘
    Fun fact about あなた

    Fun fact about あなた

    ※Some voice has not been reflected after edit.

      I add the important part here.



    For "Are you hungry", it is strange to say あなた は おなか が すいていますか?

    You better to say either just おなか が すいていますか?by omitting あなた or すずきさん は おなか が すいていますか? if you are asking Mr. Suzuki.

    It is quite normal to omit the personal pronouns such as わたし, あなた since it is obvious who is referred to.

    あなた can be used in the specific situations and we don't usually use it.



    In this lesson, I will introduce you the fun fact about あなた.





    First Examples:

    あなた かばん わすれてます よ。

    You left your bag. You need to take it.

    あなた きょう は なんじ に かえります か?

    What time are you coming home today?



    Second Examples:

    あなた の じこしょうかい を してください。

    Could you please introduce yourself?

    あなた の しぼうどうき は なんです か?

    What is your motive for application?



    Third Examples:

    あなた わたし の くつ ふみました よね?

    You stepped on my shoe, didn't you?

    あなた なにさまのつもり?

    Who do you think you are?

    • 6 分鐘
    Causative Form

    Causative Form

    In this lesson, I will introduce you the verb form called "causative form".





    ちち は わたし に トマト を たべさせました。

    My father made me eat tomato.



    はは は わたし に くすり  を のませました。

    My mother made me take a medicine.



    せんせい は がくせい に きょうかしょ を よませました。

    The teacher made the students read a text book.



    おかあさん は こども に マンガ を よませました。

    The mother let the child read a comic book.



    References:

    Verb Conjugation

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Verb-Conjugation-emv716



    Te-forms

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Te-forms-enfaqj



    Progressive Form

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Progressive-Form-enjvbc



    Volitional Form

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Volitional-Form-epmave



    ば-form

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/-form-er8f82



    Passive Sentence #1

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Passive-Sentence-1-e10ffo6



    Passive Sentence #2

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Passive-Sentence-2-e10hcve



    Passive Sentence #3

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Passive-Sentence-3-e10nv8i

    • 8 分鐘
    I want someone to do something

    I want someone to do something

    In this lesson, I will introduce you how to describe "I want someone to do something" using the te-form of a verb plus the adjective ほしい.





    たなかさん に これ を たべてほしいです。(affirmative sentence)

    I want Ms. Tanaka to eat this.

    たなかさん に これ を たべてほしくないです。(negative sentence)

    たなかさん に これ を たべないでほしいです。(negative sentence)



    すずきさん に きてほしいです。(affirmative sentence)

    I want Mr. Suzuki to come.

    すずきさん に きてほしくないです。(negative sentence)

    すずきさん に こないでほしいです。(negative sentence)



    かとうさん に しずかにしてほしいです。(affirmative sentence)

    I want Mr. Kato to be quiet.



    References:

    I want to do something

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/I-want-to-do-something-eod5r2



    I want something

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/I-want-something-epa75c



    All 9 Case Particles

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/All-9-Case-Particles-eprp9v



    Adjective + する

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Adjective-e120vh2



    Te-forms

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Te-forms-enfaqj

    • 6 分鐘
    Adjective + する

    Adjective + する

    In this lesson, I will introduce you the expression using the adjective plus the irregular verb する to describe making something in a certain state.





    With い-Adjective:

    この とけい は たかすぎる ので、やすくしてください。

    Because this watch is too expensive, please make it cheaper.



    でんき を あかるくしてください。

    Please brighten the light.



    With な-Adjective:

    しずかにしてください。

    Please be quiet.



    へや を きれいにしました。

    I cleaned up the room.(I made the room clean.)



    References:

    Adjectives

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Adjectives-en9o8v



    How to describe the status change of adjectives

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/How-to-describe-the-status-change-of-adjectives-eo7rv9



    Expression for "too much" using すぎる

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Expression-for-too-much-using-eol93n



    How to explain the reason using ので

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/How-to-explain-the-reason-using-eons27



    The Expressions of Te-forms

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/The-Expressions-of-Te-forms-engt2g

    • 4 分鐘
    Passive Sentence #3

    Passive Sentence #3

    In this lesson, I will introduce you owner's passive sentence.





    だれか が あし を ふみました。(active sentence)

    Someone stepped on my shoe.

    あし が だれか に ふまれました。(direct passive sentence)

    My shoe was stepped on by someone.

    だれか に あし を ふまれました。(owner's passive sentence)

    My shoe was stepped on by someone.



    だれか が さいふ を ぬすみました。(active sentence)

    Someone stole my wallet.

    さいふ が だれか に ぬすまれました。(direct passive sentence)

    My wallet was stolen by someone.

    だれか に さいふ を ぬすまれました。(owner's passive sentence)

    My wallet was stolen by someone.



    References:

    Passive Sentence #1

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Passive-Sentence-1-e10ffo6



    Passive Sentence #2

    https://anchor.fm/yuya-sato/episodes/Passive-Sentence-2-e10hcve

    • 6 分鐘

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