Nouns Grammar Recap

“Thinking is a habit, and like any other habit, it can be changed; it just takes effort and repetition.” – John Eliot

You’ve been doing the whole noun thing for quite a while now (so you’re probably pretty good at it). These are the four things you’ve learned over the last few chapters.


You’ve even learned how to make these into questions? (hint, yes you have)


Although all this is pretty simple, think of all the things you’re able to say now. When it comes to nouns, and expressing things about nouns, you have a lot covered, and we’re only going to expand from here. Make sure you know all these things like the back of your hand (or just write them down on the back of your hand) before moving on. A lot of what we’re doing here involves building off of these concepts. Knowing these well will help you learn a lot of Japanese at a much quicker pace.

So, here’s the deal. If you learn the above things well, I’ll make sure you learn better Japanese. Sounds okay?

What You’ve Accomplished… Quite a lot, actually. This is your foundation… your rock. We’re going to take all the things you’ve learned and build out from there, meaning you’ll always be learning something new by using something you already know. We’ll be able to do a lot with these things, which you’ll see in the coming chapters.

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