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Japanese Verb Classes: A Handy Guide
How to identify a class 1 verb from dictionary form.
1) If the dictionary form ends in an U sound other than ?, its a class 1 verb.
2) In the dictionary forms ending in ? , it has an A, U or O sound in front of
(Are youyhing ?)
(Are you buying it ?)
(Do you do it?)
(Do you see it ?)
(Is it there?)
(Are you coming ?)
3.-.«5. ww- AM7 b_w.1MIWW mam"arm- 1. .
1"? of ' <
is go get. English focuses on the beginning of an action; Japanese focuses on
the ending of an action.
1. Indicates that information is being presented about something that is already known or that has been
That university- its near Tokyo Station. / That university is
Over there is a red book, right. Its a kanji book. / See
near Tokyo S
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