The first two classes since out Easter break have been great. Not many persons attended classes so i looking to see if that will change next class.
After exam discussions we jumped into revisions of certain areas that were problematic for everyone last year, we started out with the usual introduction as practice and then got into the deeper things.
We revised “I” and “na” adjectives, progress tense, give and receive and much more a few of which can be seen below.
The first topic Tomoko sensei touched on was “I” Adjectives and she used various adjectives that end with “i” such as Tanoshii (ãŸã®ã—ã„)as examples:
ãŸã®ã—ã„ – Enjoyable – Positive Present Tense
ãŸã®ã—ã‹ã£ãŸ – was Enjoyable – Positive Present Tense
ãŸã®ã—ããªã„ – not Enjoyable – Negative Present Tense
ãŸã®ã—ããªã‹ã£ãŸ – wasn’t Enyoyable – Negative Past Tense
The second topic was “Na” Adjectives, she used various na adjectives such as Genki (ã’ã‚“ã) as examplesï¼š
ã’ã‚“ã – Fine – Positive Present Tense
ã’ã‚“ãã§ã—ãŸ – was Fine – Positive Present Tense
ã’ã‚“ãã§ã¯ã‚ã‚Šã¾ã›ã‚“ – not Fine – Negative Present Tense
ã’ã‚“ãã§ã‚ã‚ã‚Šã¾ã‚“ã›ã‚“ã§ã—ãŸ – wasn’t Fine – Negative Past Tense
much more was revised and more examples will be given soon.