2018. 11. 18
How are you?
Thank you so much for coming here.
🔴I help you study kanji and Japanese
by making example sentences with
And then I explain the grammars and
all the kanji which are used in the
🔴I realized that I should make useful
sentences so that you can learn kanii
with very natural Japanese which we
usually use, not formal ones.
🔴The method to study here.
I always make very natural sentences,
so they are sometimes difficult to
But don't worry. I explain everything in
So this is one of the best methods to
1. Copy the sentences on paper
2. Read aloud the sentence while
3. Read the explanations.
I hope this helps you a lot!
So, today's kanji is 朝
How to write 朝👇
1. "Ohayou" is used as a greeting of the
/ohayou wa asa no aisatsu to shite
👉おはよう(ohayou) means "Good
・こんちには(kon'nichiwa) is a greeting
of the noon, still, it can be used every time.
You can use this like "hello"
・こんばんは(konbanwa) is used only in the
You can use this like "good evening"
・おやすみ(oyasumi) is used when you go
You can use this like "good night"
If you put の after nouns, you can make
them like "Tom's", "the boy's", "today's".
And you can also make them like "~of"
トムの(tomu no)... Tom's
... child of men
So it means "a boy"
👉挨拶(あいさつ, aisatsu) means
So 朝の挨拶 means "greeting of the
How to write 挨👇
How to write 拶👇
👉として(to shite) is used like "as"
Yes, "as" has many usage.
としてhas one of the usages.
・You are wrong as a human being.
...君は人間 として おかしい
/kimi wa ningen to shite okashii/
This is a harsh sentence XD
→君(きみ, kimi) means "you" for
→人間(にんげん, ningen) means
"a human being"
If you find it too difficult to remember,
you don't have to hurry.
→として means "as"
So 人間として means "as a human being"
→おかしい(okashii) means "wrong"
This is a passive voice of 使う(tsuka-u),
which means to use.
So 使われる means "to be used"
If you put れる to verbs, you can make them
a passive voice.
But you can't make a passive voice only by
putting れる, but also by changing verbs
All of verbs end with "u".
Did you know that??
And when you make a passive voice, you
change it to "a"
And you put れる so that you can make
a passive voice.
作られる(tsuku-rA reru)...to be made
食べられる(ta-berA reru)...to be eaten
たたかれる(tatakA reru)...to be hit
見る(mi-rU) to see
見られる(mi-rA reru) to be seen
使われる(tsuka-wA reru) to be used
Verbs which end with just "U", it changes
to "wA", not "A"
This means "おはよう" is used as a greeting
of the morning.
So that's all today.
Thank you so much for reading.
If you have any questions, ask me
without any hesitation!
I hope this helps you a lot.
See you next time~~