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Learn JLPT N2 Grammar: た結果 / の結果 (ta kekka / no kekka)

Meaning: as a result of; after

Formation:

Verb-casual, past + 結果
Noun + の結果

Example sentences:

Learn JLPT N3 Grammar: だけ (dake) – 2

Meaning: as much as

Formation:

Verb-dictionary form + だけ
なadjective + なだけ
いadjective + だけ
Noun + だけ

Example sentences:

Learn JLPT N4 Grammar: Transitive & Intransitive Verbs

Intransitive Verb is a verb that does not require a direct object. Intransitive verbs usually indicate movement, change or emotion.

Transitive Verb is a verb that requires a direct object. It usually expresses an action that acts upon someone or something indicated by the direct object.

Verb pairs and example sentences:

Learn JLPT N4 Grammar: てある (te aru)

Meaning: something is done; something has been done (and the resultant state of that action remains)

Formation:

Verb-てform + ある

Example sentences:

Learn JLPT N3 Grammar: あまりに (amari ni)

Meaning: too…; so much… that; too much; excessively

あまりに and あまり both mean “so much… that”, however the placement is totally different. あまりに is placed before verbs, adjectives and Nouns, not after.

Formation:

あまり/あまりに/あまりにも + Verb
あまり/あまりに/あまりにも + Adverb
あまり/あまりに/あまりにも + Adjective
あまりの + Noun

Example sentences:



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