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Japanese Slang

Below find an alphabetical list of the most common Japanese slang expressions and patois. Most of these phrases are...
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Comparative Forms

This is an overview over comparative forms in the Japanese language. When comparing two objects or factors the Japanese...
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Dubitative Forms

Dubitative forms are used to express doubt, or an assumption. The dubitative is very closely related to the subjunctive...
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Negation in Japanese

Negation, or the basic negative form, in the Japanese language is created by placing the verbal adjective ない (nai)...
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Japanese Clauses

Clauses are combinations of two or more sentences. They can describe contradictions, cause and effect, similarity, conditionality, and simultaneous...
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Passive Forms

Passive forms are also known as “passive voice” in English. It is translated as “being done”. This form cannot...
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Interrogative Forms

Interrogative forms in Japanese are relatively simple. In order to create basic questions the question particle か (ka) is...
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Prohibitive Forms

This is a brief overview over prohibitive forms in the Japanese language. The prohibitive form is used to forbid...
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Causative Forms

The causative form is used to describe that someone has let, had, or made someone else do something. The...
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