“Japanese sentences are
in no way familiar
with any English
structure of sentences”
Now you mastered kana you can start with learning your first Japanese grammar. This is really necessary, because Japanese sentences are in no way similar with any English or Dutch structure of sentences. That is also the reason translating with google translate make no sense what ever. So in Today’s post (Part 2) I will talk about Japanese study books: Grammar.
It is approximately 1 month before I return to Japan. In my head I am already busy making lists of things I should definitely bring to Japan. This time I’m also taking a number of books. No romantic fantasy thrillers to read on the beach but books to study. Because I’ll have to take the JLPT I decided to take a number of books with me.
Finally it’s nice weather. After a cold, rainy spring the thermometer shows more than 20 degrees Celcius (68°F). But unfortunately the exams started for me. In the meantime I have already finished my first exam week. And most of the Japanese exams are already finished (grammar, reading, kanji, essay, video and listening). I found a nice way to relax a bit between all the studying and still do something with Japanese. I made a ‘popin cookin’ set. The best way to study Japanese.