Ch3-VerbsParticles

Ch3-VerbsParticles - Chapter 3- Verbs and Particles Kanji ?...

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Chapter 3- Verbs and Particles Kanji ? ? ? ? ? one ? ? ? ? two ? ? ? ? ? three ? ? ? ? ? four ? ? ? ? five ? ? ? ? ? six ? ? ? ? ? seven ? ? ? ? ? eight ? ? ? ? ? ? nine ? ? ? ? ? ? ten ? ? ? ? ? ? one hundred ? ? ? ? ? one thousand ? ? ? ? ? ten thousand ? ? ? ? ? ? ? time/o’clock ? ? ? ? ? yen Verbs Dictionary form- to eat Affirmative- I eat Negative- I don’t eat There are 3 types of verbs in Japanese: ru-verbs, u-verbs, and irregular verbs. Each has a different way of conjugating. Ru-Verbs ? ? ?   to eat ? ? ? ?   I eat (chop off the ru, and add masu) ? ? ? ? ?   I don’t eat (chop off the ru, and add masen) U-verbs ? ?   to go ? ? ? ?   I go (chop off the u, and move up to I, so ku moves to ki) ? ? ? ? ?   I don’t go ? ? ? to read ? ? ? ?   I read (mu moves up to mi) ? ? ? ? ?   I don’t read
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Irregular Verbs ? ? ? to do ? ? ?   I do ? ? ? ?   I don’t ? ?   to come ? ? ?   I come ? ? ? ?   I don’t come Particles Particles are single characters used to denote the parts of the sentence. We have already learned
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