Aug 15, 2008

Basic Japanese Grammar Donoyona

Basic Japanese Grammar to construct basic Japanese phrases that relay
“What kind of…”, “This kind of…”, and “It is sort of like…”
Japanese lesson on words that relate similitude or likeness.

To say, “How do you verb…?” use the following construction:

DO^NOYO^NI + verb + ka

In question form –

To form questions, add + the question participle ka to
DO^NOYO^NI and DO^NOYO^NA so that you have

どうのように and どうのような + ka?

Here we have either do^ no yo^ ni followed by a verb or
Do^no yo^ na followed by an adjective.

NI – Verb
NA - Adjective

Do^ no yo^ ni kanjimasu ka?
どうのように感じますか?
How do you feel? (about it)

Basic Japanese Grammar

1. A wa B no yo^ na {noun} desu.
A is a {noun}like B.
a. Tanaka san wa Ita san no yo na sensei desu.
田中さんは井田さんのような先生です.
Mr. Tanaka is a teacher like Mr. Ita.

Karl Malone wa Michael Jordan no yo^ na senshu^ desu.
マーイケルジョルダンは ローバルトパッリシュのような選手です
Karl malone is a athlete like Michael Jordan.

Bill Gates wa do no yo^ na bijinesu man desu ka?
ビール- ゲーツはどうのようなビジネスマンですか
What kind of business man is Bill Gates.

Bill Gates wa do no yo^ ni bijinesu o yarimasu ka ?
ビール- ゲーツはどうのようにビジネスをやりますか
How does Bill Gates conduct business?

Japanetics is Language learning to the max

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